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2004 Series -  April 6, 2004 Lecture 39 of 50  NEXT»

 

  strabismus  strabismus 2

This patient developed an esotropia around age two years.  He has normal vision and fusion with his glasses.      

1.  The most likely diagnosis is: 
 

a.  refractive esotropia
b.  hyperopic astigmatism
c.  myopic astigmatism
d.  congenital esotropia

 

2.  A likely refractive error would be: 
  a.  OD and OS +.25 diopters
b.  OD and OS -1.50 diopters
c.  OD +.25 diopters and OS +7.00 diopters
d.  OD and OS +3.50 diopters

3.  The most important part of this patient's evaluation is: 
  a.  accurate dynamic retinoscopy
b.  cycloplegic refraction
c.  evaluation with the Jackson cross cylinder
d.  autorefractor evaluation with a reactive pupil
 

 

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