How to recognize Strabismus?
In some cases, reduced vision (amblyopia) may occur when there is minimal misalignment of the eyes.
Defective binocular vision: both the eyes see an object independently however finally the images to happen depends on the fusion of the brain and for this to happen correctly eyes have to look straight.
Loss of vision in one eye may occur in strabismus.
Newborns often appear to have crossed eyes due to a lack of developed vision.
Uncoordinated eye movements.
Discomfort when reading and headaches are frequent.
Abnormal head positions to help put their eyes together.