American Orthoptic Journal Abstract
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Volume 48, 1998, p. 21–24
Management of Intermittent Exotropia: For Non-Surgical Therapy (Abstract)
Cindy Pritchard, C.O.
George S. Ellis, Jr., M.D.
Intermittent exotropia is a condition involving both sensory and motor defects. To enhance the results of surgical treatment of the motor defect, nonsurgical techniques can be applied to treat the sensory defect. The role of nonsurgical techniques for the treatment of intermittent exotropia will be discussed..