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Intermittent exotropia

Intermittent exotropia is a kind of strabismus between exotropia and common exotropia. It refers to that the visual axis is often separated. It initially occurs when looking far. When looking far, the fusion divergence amplitude exceeds the fusion collection amplitude, that is, exotropia occurs. Before the occurrence of intermittent exotropia, there is exotropia.

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