Short Note on Crossed Eyes
Crossed eyes, also called strabismus, it is a condition in which your eyes do not line up. If you have crossed eyes, your eyes look in different directions. And each eye will focus on a two different object. The condition is usually common in children, but it can also occur later in life. In older people, children and adults, crossed e yes can be caused by a variety of underlying medical conditions, like cerebral palsy or stroke. Crossed eyes can usually be treated with corrective lenses, surgery, or a combination of both. If you have strabismus, your eyes might point inward or outward o r focus on different directions. You might also have impaired vision, double vision, decreased depth perception, eyestrain, or headache.