A condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other resulting in an inability to focus both eyes on a given point. Greek strabismos = squinting Squint, a misalignment of the two eyes. Eyesight disorder related to a defect in the parallelism of the visual axes. Early detection in children is vital in order to avoid any risk of amblyopia. There are three forms of strabismus.

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