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Strabismus, commonly known as “crossed eyes” or “squint,” is a condition characterized by the misalignment of the eyes. In strabismus, the eyes do not point in the same direction simultaneously, as one eye may turn inward, outward, upward, or downward while the other remains straight. Strabismus can occur due to problems with eye muscles, nerve issues, or a combination of both.


The misalignment of the eyes can lead to double vision, poor depth perception, and visual discomfort.


Treatment options include glasses, eye exercises, vision therapy, or in some cases, surgery to realign the eye muscles and restore proper eye alignment. Early detection and intervention are important to prevent vision complications and promote binocular vision.