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Problems With Vision

Crossed eyes (also called strabismus) are common in infants and young kids; babies tend to outgrow this by six months of age, but if they do not, treatment is important to prevent vision loss. In adults, strabismus and/or depth perception problems are usually related to diabetes, stroke, multiple sclerosis, or diseases of the thyroid gland. You should contact your doctor for evaluation.


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