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Strabismus is a condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other. It typically involves a lack of coordination between the extraocular muscles that prevents bringing the gaze of each eye to the same point...
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patient education report: Strabismus (Crossed Eyes) ... The most common type, in which one eye turns inward (crossed eyes), is esotropia. ...
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shroff eye hospital provides services like crossed eyes problem, strabismus, ... This gives the appearance that the eyes are crossed. ...
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... caused by one or more improperly functioning eye muscles, resulting in a misalignment of the eyes. ... Turned or crossed eye. Head tilt or turn. Squinting ...
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Crossed Eyes (Strabismus) • S • Aug 13 04. What Is It? Crossed eyes, also called strabismus, occurs ... This gives the appearance that the eyes are crossed. ...
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Crossed eyes – medically known as strabismus (struh-BIZ-mus) – refer to a ... When the eyes turn inward toward the nose (or crossed), the condition is called " ...
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Information about "lazy eye", strabismus, double vision, eye muscle surgery, and patching treatment by pediatric ... Not all lazy eyes are crossed ...
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Crossed Eyes. Lazy Eye. Convergence Insufficiency. Closed Head Injury. Simple Exercises. CROSSED EYES—STRABISMUS " ... Since therapy both eyes are straight and clear. ...
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InteliHealth - Featuring Harvard Medical School's consumer health information. ... This gives the appearance that the eyes are crossed. ...
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... deviation of the eyes. The term is used to describe eyes that are not ... If parents notice crossed or wall eyes persisting in a child four months of age, ...
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Crossed eyes. Walleyes. Alternative Names Return to top ... The condition is more commonly known as "crossed eyes." Causes Return to top ...
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Crossed Eyes. Crossed eyes are a commonly used term for the technical phrases ... However, persistent crossed eyes in young children after the age of three to ...
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... is used to describe eyes that are not straight or properly aligned. It is a deviation of the eyes. ... Newborns often have crossed eyes to some degree due to ...
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STRABISMUS / SQUINT / CROSSED-EYES ... A child will not outgrow crossed eyes. ... Crossed eyes can be corrected with excellent results if detected and treated early. ...
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