hypertropia


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Related to hypertropia: hyperphoria, hypotropia
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hy·per·tro·pi·a

n. hipertropia, tipo de estrabismo.
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For instance, a patient with mild inferior rectus muscle weakness might have a hypertropia on down gaze, but none in the primary position of gaze, whereas in complete CN III palsy, the patient may experience complete ptosis, the eye involved is deviated downward, outward and it is unable to adduct, infraduct, or even supraduct.
Diagnosis of SO palsy was made based on limited depression on adduction, IO hyperfunction, V-pattern, hypertropia, abnormal head position, excyclotorsion findings, and medical history.
Twenty patients presented with exotropia (mean 52.5 [+ or -] 1.19 [DELTA]), 6 presented with esotropia (mean 33.75[+ or -] 1.37 [DELTA]), and 3 with hypertropia (mean 21.6 [+ or -] 2.9[DELTA]), whereas the mean preoperative spherical equivalent was -2.56[+ or -] 3.16 D.
Ophthalmologic deficit: NA: no available data; O: no deficit; H: hemianopsia; Q: quadranopsia; St: stereoscopic vision deficit; Exo: exotropia; Eso: esotropia; R Hyper: right hypertropia; L Hyper: left hypertropia; M-l: eye motility deficit in the left eye; M-2: eye motility deficit in the right eye; M-3: presence of gaze-evoked nystagmus.
Baek, "A case of intramuscular hemangioma presenting with large-angle hypertropia," Korean Journal of Ophthalmology: KJO, vol.
On the last ophthalmologic examination, he had ocular alignment on the level of small angle exotropia and associated hypertropia and occasionally even small angle esotropia at near.
In strabismic amblyopia (25.86%), exotropia 8 patients (53.33%) is more frequentthan esotropia opatients (40%) and hypertropia lpatient (6.66).
Clinical examination demonstrated swelling of her right cheek and temporal area, right proptosis, right hypertropia, and limited mouth opening.
Three (8.3%) patients who developed consecutive hypertropia were among the 10 patients who had IR recession followed later by Knapp procedure (Table-2).
Esotropia, exotropia, and hypertropia (2) are described by an inward, outward, or vertical (upward) ocular manifest deviation, respectively.
Conditions may make an upper eyelid appear low (pseudoptosis), including a hypertropia on the contralateral side, microphthalmos, blepharochalasis, phthisis bulbi, dermatochala-sis, or a superior sulcus defect secondary to trauma or cicatrix.