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What is Crossed Eyes or Strabismus?

Crossed eyes or medically known as strabismus occurs when eyes are not aligned with each other. The brain is unable to coordinate eyes to work together. Strabismus can be categorized into multiple groups by the direction of the eye misalignment.

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Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Cover Tests: Diagnostics of Vision Problems

Vision is an integral part of our daily lives, allowing us to navigate the world around us. Regular eye exams are essential to ensure optimal eye health and detect potential issues early on. One such

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Squinting could be a sign of microtropia.
Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)

Microtropia: The Subtle Misalignment You Might Be Overlooking

Microtropia is a less commonly known eye condition characterized by a slight misalignment of the eyes. This blog delves into the intricacies of this condition, from its causes and symptoms to its potential impact on vision. With many individuals potentially overlooking this subtle discrepancy, it’s crucial to understand and identify Microtropia for optimal eye health.

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Girl with an exotropia vision disorder.
Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)

What is Exotropia?

Exotropia is a form of strabismus (eye misalignment) in which one or both eyes point outward. Discover all you need to know about exotropia!

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Girl with esotropia
Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)

What is Esotropia?

Esotropia is a type of strabismus in which eyes do not line up properly. A less medical term that you could possibly hear is ”crossed eyes”. The muscles that normally control the eyes are not synchronized as they should be.

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Boy with strabismus.
Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)

Strabismus Surgery and Binocular Outcomes

Strabismus, commonly known as ”crossed eyes”, is a condition in which both eyes do not align and point in the same direction. It can lead to double vision and affects the development of stereopsis.

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