Late onset esotropia as first symptom of a cerebellar tumor.


The authors present a case with a presumed neurologic cause of late onset esotropia. The first symptom was sudden occurrence of esotropia at the age of 3 3/4 years. An accommodative esotropia could be ruled out after the prescription of glasses. The squint angle showed significant variations at distance and near fixation. Eight months after the first… (More)