exotropia[ek′sō trō′pē ə, -sə-]
exotropia definition by Webster's New World
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a condition in which only one eye fixes on an object while the other turns outward; walleye
Origin: Modern Latin ; from exo- plush -tropia, -tropy
exotropia definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A form of strabismus in which one or both of the eyes deviate outward.
Origin: New Latin : exo- + Greek tropē, a turning; see -tropic.
- exˌo·tropˈic adjective
exotropia - Medical Definition
Strabismus in which the visual axis of one eye deviates from that of the other. Also called divergent strabismus, walleye.