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    Pediatric Ophth/Strabismus

    Esotropia, or "crossed eye," is a nasal deviation of one eye. As a result of this deviation, the corneal light reflex is decentered temporarily with respect to the pupil. In contrast, exotropia is an outward turning of the eye that results in an abnormal corneal reflex that is nasally decentered on the pupil or iris.