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Figure 4: Diagrammatic representation of ocular deviation in dextroelevation, dextroversion and dextrodepression in the presence of (a) Duane Syndrome (b) infantile esotropia and (c) congenital sixth nerve palsy in the right eye. Note the "X" pattern of deviation in (a), a straight line (no incomitance) in (b) and "V" pattern in (c). An "A" or "V" pattern may be seen in infantile esotropia, but it is not apparent when the involved eye is in abduction

Figure 4: Diagrammatic representation of ocular deviation in dextroelevation, dextroversion and dextrodepression in the presence of (a) Duane Syndrome (b) infantile esotropia and (c) congenital sixth nerve palsy in the right eye. Note the