Pseudoesotropia Treatment & Management

Updated: Mar 02, 2023
  • Author: Kalpana K Jatla, MD; Chief Editor: Donny W Suh, MD, MBA, FAAP, FACS  more...
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Medical Care

No treatment is required for pseudoesotropia. Parents can be reassured that their child most likely will outgrow the condition. Infants should be observed and reevaluated every 6 months because it is possible that true esotropia, particularly accommodative esotropia, may develop at a later date.



Patients with suspected pseudoesotropia should be examined and receive follow-up care by an ophthalmologist since it is possible that true esotropia may develop at a later date.