What is strabismus
Strabismus, more commonly known as squint, is a disorder in which the two eyes are not properly aligned with each other.
Therefore, the two squinting eyes are not able to look at the same object at the same time.
The strabismus patient may experience
- double vision
- depth perception loss
- vision loss and
- psychosocial problems
Young strabismus children usually lack double vision, older strabismus children and adults will not experience vision loss.