Strabismus


Strabismus is a condition in which the eyes do not look in the same direction at the same time. Strabismus can be caused by nerve damage or dysfunction of the muscles that control the eye. The main symptom is that both eyes do not look in the same direction at the same time. Crossed eyes are usually treatable if caught early enough. There are several treatment options available to align the eyes. They include special eyewear, the use of an eye patch, and, in rare cases, surgery.



 


  • Hypertropia is once the eye turns upwards
  • Hypotropia is once the eye turns downwardly
  • Esotropia is once the eye turns inwards
  • Exotropia is once the eye turns outward
  • Hypertropia is once the eye turns upwards
  • Hypotropia is once the eye turns downwardly
  • Esotropia is once the eye turns inwards
  • Exotropia is once the eye turns outward

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