A member asked:
Why does my baby look cross-eyed?
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Dr. Irwin Berkowitz answered
Specializes in Pediatrics
Wide nasal bridge: Most babies look cross eyed because of their wide nasal bridges. This is called pseudoesotropia. True cross eyes can be determined by shining a light at the baby and observing if the light appears equally on both pupils.
Answered on Jul 13, 2015
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