Exotropia is a very common medical disorder related to the eye, which is the bang opposite of a medical condition known as esotropia. Exotropia is a disorder in which any one of the eyeballs tend to deviate outwards from its usual position. The eyeballs are ideally designed to be parallel to each other but exotropia affects this normality. This disorder is, more often than not, congenital in nature and is passed on from the parents to the offspring. The only symptom of this disorder is the deviation of the eyeball, which is observable by others through the naked eye.
HOW IS EXOTROPIA DIAGNOSED?
Exotropia in an eye with poor vision is called sensory exotropia.