Crossed eye usually develops during early childhood.Both the eyes of the child are abnormally aligned when looking at an object.A person with crossed eyes uses one eye at a time and is deprived of the depth perception.It effects binocular vision and co-ordination between the two eyes.The condition can be corrected, if detected early.
Signs and symptoms
The condition is prominent and in most cases, it can be noticed.
Prevention & treatment
Squint is best corrected, if noticed during early childhood.In some cases, proper spectacles can achieve desired correction.Consult the Eye Doctor immediately.
Long duration squints, corrected surgically, do not usually bring about vision improvement.They are just for cosmetic correction.