Causes and management of incomitant strabismus

Community optometrists should be able to recognise when an incomitant strabismus is of recent onset and requires urgent referral for ophthalmological and neurological investigation. This article explores the characteristics of incomitant strabismus and the investigative procedures which aid differential diagnosis. Diagnosis and referral/management of the three neurogenic palsies (third, fourth and sixth nerve) are also discussed........

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