MCID: MNF001
MIFTS: 14

Monofixation Syndrome

Categories: Eye diseases, Neuronal diseases

Aliases & Classifications for Monofixation Syndrome

MalaCards integrated aliases for Monofixation Syndrome:

Name: Monofixation Syndrome 12 70

Classifications:



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Disease Ontology 12 DOID:9843
ICD9CM 34 378.34
SNOMED-CT 67 14785004
ICD10 32 H50.42
UMLS 70 C0339611

Summaries for Monofixation Syndrome

MalaCards based summary : Monofixation Syndrome is related to monocular esotropia and esotropia. Affiliated tissues include eye.

Wikipedia : 73 Monofixation syndrome (MFS) (also: microtropia or microstrabismus) is an eye condition defined by... more...

Related Diseases for Monofixation Syndrome

Diseases related to Monofixation Syndrome via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

(show all 19)
# Related Disease Score Top Affiliating Genes
1 monocular esotropia 10.5
2 esotropia 10.5
3 strabismus 10.4
4 mechanical strabismus 10.4
5 suppression amblyopia 10.2
6 amblyopia 10.2
7 anisometropia 10.2
8 alternating exotropia 10.2
9 exotropia 10.2
10 presbyopia 10.1
11 myopia 10.1
12 coloboma of macula 9.9
13 situs inversus 9.9
14 cataract 9.9
15 orbital disease 9.9
16 scotoma 9.9
17 refractive error 9.9
18 hypertropia 9.9
19 accommodative esotropia 9.9

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Diseases related to Monofixation Syndrome

Symptoms & Phenotypes for Monofixation Syndrome

Drugs & Therapeutics for Monofixation Syndrome

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Anatomical Context for Monofixation Syndrome

MalaCards organs/tissues related to Monofixation Syndrome:

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Eye

Publications for Monofixation Syndrome

Articles related to Monofixation Syndrome:

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# Title Authors PMID Year
1
Time and Factors Affecting the Direction of Re-drift in Essential Infantile Esotropia. 61
29131911 2018
2
Prism under cover test in alternate fixation horizontal strabismus. 61
29111827 2018
3
Development of Monofixation Syndrome After Extraction of Dense Cataracts. 61
27783092 2017
4
Acute acquired concomitant esotropia and decompensated monofixation syndrome: a sensory-motor status assessment. 61
27521664 2016
5
Preservation of the Monofixation Syndrome Following Surgery for Infantile Esotropia. 61
26584746 2015
6
Acute acquired comitant esotropia of childhood: a classification based on 48 children. 61
25989866 2015
7
The stability of the monofixation syndrome. 61
24200233 2014
8
Applicability of scanning laser ophthalmoscopy microperimetry on the fixation patterns of monofixation syndrome. 61
24093189 2013
9
Arteficially induced "monovision" is vitium artis and in reality corresponds with the "Monofixation Syndrome". 61
23841134 2013
10
The decompensated monofixation syndrome (an American Ophthalmological Society thesis). 61
22253490 2011
11
Unilateral situs inversus of optic disc associated with reduced binocularity and stereoacuity resembling monofixation syndrome. 61
20413932 2010
12
The occurrence of monofixational exotropia after exotropia surgery. 61
19285655 2009
13
Parks' monofixation syndrome revisited: abecedarian pathway from Kabala to entropy via the Tower of Babel. 61
17069555 2006
14
Marshall Parks, M.D. Extraordinary mentor, exemplary physician. Comments on his monofixation syndrome and VVDA. 61
16792520 2006
15
Can ophthalmologists repair the brain in infantile esotropia? Early surgery, stereopsis, monofixation syndrome, and the legacy of Marshall Parks. 61
16414515 2005
16
Characteristics and course of patients with deteriorated monofixation syndrome. 61
16414518 2005
17
[Acute concomitant esotropia and hysterical amblyopia]. 61
16245200 2005
18
Negative predictive value of a vision screening program aimed at children aged 3 to 4 years old. 61
15616505 2004
19
Monofixation syndrome and anisometropia. 61
11772564 2002
20
Congenital esotropia. 61
11705141 2001
21
Vertical strabismus in monofixation syndrome. 61
11182664 2001
22
Monofixation with eso-, exo-, or hypertropia: is there a difference? 61
21149032 2001
23
Motion VEPs, stereopsis, and bifoveal fusion in children with strabismus. 61
10670470 2000
24
Monofixation syndrome. Presbyopia monovision followup. 61
11093080 2000
25
Acute acquired comitant esotropia: a prospective study. 61
10696312 1999
26
The timing of surgical alignment for congenital (infantile) esotropia. 61
10204131 1999
27
Outcome study of bilateral lateral rectus recession for intermittent exotropia in children. 61
10037205 1999
28
Outcome study of bilateral lateral rectus recession for intermittent exotropia in children. 61
9440183 1997
29
Subnormal binocular vision in the Williams syndrome. 61
9027682 1997
30
Binocular cortical interactions in the monofixation syndrome. 61
8934410 1996
31
Does "Touching Four" on the Worth 4-dot test indicate fusion in young children? A computer simulation. 61
8764793 1996
32
Small-target random dot stereogram and binocular suppression testing for preschool vision screening. 61
8965234 1996
33
Motor and sensory fusion in monkeys: psychophysical measurements. 61
8776450 1996
34
Prevalence of primary monofixation syndrome in parents of children with congenital esotropia. 61
7837016 1994
35
Fusion after surgical alignment of longstanding strabismus in adults. 61
8433818 1993
36
Compliance in antiamblyopia occlusion therapy. 61
1557966 1992
37
Clinical characteristics and surgical treatment of intermittent esotropia. 61
1890570 1991
38
Factors associated with binocular single vision in microtropia/monofixation syndrome. 61
2013019 1991
39
Stereoacuity testing in the monofixation syndrome. 61
2366128 1990
40
Long-term stability of alignment in the monofixation syndrome. 61
2795410 1989
41
Acquired monofixation syndrome. 61
2760789 1989
42
Suppression and the pattern visual evoked potential. 61
3772695 1986
43
Suppression in strabismus--an update. 61
6696870 1984
44
Suppression in strabismus and the hemiretinal trigger mechanism. 61
6824465 1983
45
Motion aftereffect transfer in the monofixation syndrome. 61
7097463 1982
46
Substandard acuity in the healthy looking eye. 61
7026652 1981
47
Development of monofixation syndrome in congenital esotropia. 61
7241307 1981
48
Development of monofixation syndrome in congenital esotropia. 61
7241295 1981
49
Amblyopia and the monofixation syndrome. 61
550915 1979
50
Ptosis with contralateral lid retraction due to excessive innervation of the levator palpebrae superiorus. 61
718038 1978

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