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Strabismus (crossed eyes)Find a Doctor
Strabismus, a misalignment of the eyes, is one of the most common eye problems
in children, affecting approximately 4 percent of children under age 6. The eyes (one or both) may turn inward, outward, up or down. At times, more than one of these conditions is present. Strabismus also is called "wandering eye" or "crossed eyes." Learn more
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