1. SYN: esophoria. 2. SYN: esotropia.

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eso·de·vi·a·tion (es″o-de″ve-aґshən) 1. esophoria. 2. esotropia.

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  • esophoria — A tendency for the eyes to turn inward, prevented by binocular vision. SYN: esodeviation (1). [G. eso, inward, + phora, a carrying] * * * es·o·pho·ria .es ə fōr ē ə,sometimes .ē sə n squint in which the eyes tend to turn inward toward the nose *… …   Medical dictionary

  • Esotropia — Cross eyed or, in medical terms, convergent or internal strabismus. * * * The form of strabismus in which the visual axes converge; may be paralytic or concomitant, monocular or alternating, accommodative or nonaccommodative. SYN: convergent… …   Medical dictionary

  • paresis — Partial or incomplete paralysis. [G. a letting go, slackening, paralysis, fr. paritemi, to let go] divergence p. an esodeviation of the eyes that is greater in the distance than near, which may be a sign of central nervous system disease or a… …   Medical dictionary

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