Intermittent exotropia is a condition in which the visual axes on
the right and left eyes are straight but occasionally either eye
deviates outward. Intermittent exotropia is the most common type of
exodeviation and is usually first observed by the parents in early
childhood. In some cases, an exophoria progresses to an
intermittent exotropia that eventually becomes constant. Such
deviation usually occurs first at distance and later at near
fixation. They may be influenced by decreased tonic convergence
with increasing age, the development of suppression, loss of
accommodative power and increasing divergence of orbit with
advancing age. Nevertheless, not all intermittent exotropia are
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