shutterstock_346180223Strabismus/amblyopia is a condition in which the eyes are not straight — one is “lazy” or the eyes are “cross-eyed” — causing the brain to cease accepting input from one eye in order to prevent double vision. This set of conditions can be treated using surgery, eye drops, patching, and other therapies.

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Optical, medical and surgical management of crossed, out-turned, and/or lazy eyes.