A 38-year-old member asked:

What are the odds of going blind when having a strabismus eye surgery?

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Dr. Andrew Dahl
Ophthalmology 57 years experience
Very low: The incidence of severe visual loss as a result of strabismus surgery is well under 1 %.
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