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  • Esotropia



    Esotropia: Top KOLs in the world

    Gunter Karl von Noorden #1
    Gunter Karl von Noorden
    Longboat Key, Florida, USA | Longboat Key, Florida | Ophthal
    Known for Binocular Vision | Strabismic Amblyopia | Congenital Nystagmus | Eccentric Fixation | Visual Acuity
    Marshall M Parks #2
    Marshall M Parks
    Children’s Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, DC
    Known for Superior Oblique | Myopic Shift | Brown Syndrome | Cataract Type | Accommodative Esotropia

    Burton J Kushner #3
    Burton J Kushner
    Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences University of
    Known for Intermittent Exotropia | Axial Length | Superior Oblique | Head Tilt | Strabismus Surgery
    Eileen E Birch #4
    Eileen E Birch
    Pediatric Vision Laboratory, Retina Foundation of the Southw
    Known for Infantile Esotropia | Fatty Acids | Functional Vision | Amblyopia Treatment | Visual Acuity
    Eugene M Helveston #5
    Eugene M Helveston
    Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana
    Known for Visual Training | Duane Syndrome | Congenital Esotropia | Superior Oblique | Strabismus Surgery
    Michael X Repka #6
    Michael X Repka
    Department of Ophthalmology (M.X.R.), Wilmer Eye Institute,
    Known for Visual Acuity | Strabismus Surgery | United States | Refractive Error | Pseudotumor Cerebri
    Joseph L Demer #7
    Joseph L Demer
    Stein Eye Institute, 100 Stein Plaza, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
    Known for Extraocular Muscles | Telescopic Spectacles | Optic Nerve | Superior Oblique | Magnetic Resonance
    David R Stager #8
    David R Stager
    Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus, Plano, Texas,
    Known for Intermittent Exotropia | Inferior Oblique Muscle | Postoperative Glaucoma | Infantile Esotropia | Visual Acuity
    Kenneth Weston Wright #9
    Kenneth Weston Wright
    Wright Foundation for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
    Known for Congenital Esotropia | Chloral Hydrate Sedation | Early Surgery | Snellen Letters | Restrictive Strabismus
    Arthur L Rosenbaum #10
    Arthur L Rosenbaum
    Department of Ophthalmology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, Univ
    Known for Vertical Deviation | Rectus Muscle | Superior Oblique | Intermittent Exotropia | Strabismus Surgery

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    Recently Asked Questions

    Esotropia Esotropia is a condition in which the eyes turn inward. This can occur due to a number of factors, including muscle imbalance, vision problems, or injury....