Management of Eye Diseases & other Ocular Conditions

Strabismus (Squint eyes)

Strabismus, also known as crossed-eyes or squint eyes, refer to eyes that are out of alignment. Strabismus may lead to double vision (diplopia), which forces the brain to suppress the weaker eye causing a person to have amblyopia, or lazy eye.

Treatment includes spectacles wear, eye exercises, prescription of prisms, or eye muscle surgery. The aim of strabismus treatment is to improve alignment of the eyes so they can work together to achieve good binocular vision.

Strabismus
Normal Eyes Alignment (left)   Crossed Eyes - Strabismus (right)

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