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Can alternating esotropia be the result of a brain stem

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Can alternating esotropia be the result of a brain stem injury?
What treatment would be best in that case?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. Chan replied 8 years ago.

HelloCustomer

Alternating esotropia can be the result of a brain stem injury or stroke or increased intracranial pressure or demyelinating disease (like MS). It could also be something that you had a propensity for at birth but just now decompensated.

What other symptoms do you have that make you feel it is from a brain stem injury?

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