Strabismus is a vision condition characterized by the misalignment of the eyes. For instance, one eye may turn in a different direction while the other eye looks straight ahead. The eyes may turn inward, outward, up, or down. This often occurs in individuals with poor eye muscle control. Some of the treatments for strabismus are wearing eyeglasses, using eye patches, putting eye drops, and undergoing eye muscle surgery.

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