We thank Chhablani and associates for their interest in our article and their comments, which mainly concern the methodology of our study. They expressed concern that some of our patients with intermittent exotropia may have a normal range of ocular torsion, as shown in several previous studies on fundus torsion in normal individuals. We agree with this comment. However, the ultimate goal of our study was to assess not the actual degree of ocular torsion, but rather the distribution of ocular torsion in normal controls and patients with intermittent exotropia. Therefore, what we pointed out in our study was the (Read more...)

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