Strabismus

Strabismus occur when a person’s eyes are not able to align on the same point at the same time, and appear to be misaligned or pointed in different directions. In the initial stages, crossed eyes can cause disorientation or double vision because the eyes don't align together. A young child with strabismus will unconsciously reject the image of the improperly aligned eye and the related nerve connections between their eye and brain may fail to develop. This can lead to the eye remaining permanently turned – known as amblyopia, or lazy eye.

  • Eyeglasses or contact lenses
  • Surgery
  • Injected medication

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