Age-related distance esotropia--fusional amplitudes and clinical course.

@article{Oatts2014AgerelatedDE,
  title={Age-related distance esotropia--fusional amplitudes and clinical course.},
  author={Julius T. Oatts and Daniel J Salchow},
  journal={Strabismus},
  year={2014},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={52-7}
}
BACKGROUND Age-related distance esotropia (ARDET) is a form of acquired strabismus that affects elderly patients and manifests as an esotropia greater with distance fixation. Limited information exists regarding fusional amplitudes and deficient divergence in this disorder. METHODS In this retrospective study, patient characteristics, ocular alignment and motility, and clinical course of patients with ARDET were recorded. Fusional amplitudes were analyzed to assess whether deficient… CONTINUE READING