Squint (Strabismus) is misalignment of eyes, where both the eyes do not look in the same direction.
In convergent squint the deviating eye is directed inwards towards the nose; medically termed Esotropia.
Only in refractive type convergent squint; timely intervention with glasses will prevent further worsening of squint.
when present at birth or within one year of life
Due to hypermetropia or far-sightedness
Due to short sightedness and prolonged near work
Due to neurological disorders; vasculopathy secondary to metabolic disorders
Due to poor vision
Written by: Dr. Manjula Jayakumar – Sr. Consultant Ophthalmologist, TTK Road
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