A case of esotropia, strabismic amblyopia, and latent nystagmus is reported. Earlier studies had indicated that 1% clyclopentolate hydrochloride inhibit the latent nystagmus. Occlusion alone failed to improve the patient's visual acuity. However, satisfactory improvement of visual acuity by combining occlusion therapy with chronic cycloplegia-mydriasis was noted. Surgical correction of the deviation produced an asymmetrical effect on the latent nystagmus.
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