It is called when the angle of deviation varies, when changing the direction of gaze. In these cases, a limitation of ocular rotations of one or both eyes can be observed. The most common causes are the paresis of the extraocular muscles or the mechanical restrictions of the rotation of the eyeball, it can also be caused by the primary hyperreaction of an extraocular muscle.

Treatment: Glasses, less developed eye patch, and surgery, if necessary.