Information About Strabismus Services

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Exotropia is a form of strabismus or misalignment of the eyes that causes one or both eyes to drift outward away from the nose, producing poor vision.

Esotropia is a type of misalignment of the eyes that causes an inward deviation of one or both eyes, resulting in loss of depth perception and vision.

Double vision (diplopia) affects one or both eyes, causing the brain to see two images of one object at the same time, leading to other vision issues.

Special forms of strabismus include Duane syndrome and Brown syndrome, which are rare ocular misalignments that impact patients of all ages.

Strabismus surgery relaxes or tightens eye muscles that cause abnormal alignment of the eyes to achieve a natural appearance and improved vision.

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