FAQ

Question:

What is strabismus?

Answer:

Strabismus is an eye disorder characterized by a misalignment in the direction in which the eyeballs focus. In this condition that is also known as being cross-eyed, one eye is able to focus straight ahead while the other turns in a different direction, such has outward or inward. The turning of the eyeball can either be intermittent or permanent.

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