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Can Cross Eyed People See Straight
Exotropia is when the eyes look away from each other. It is persistent and usually occurs from childhood issues of eye position or refraction. In adults it may result from injury, tumors, vascular anomalies and diseases such as thyroid disease. It it occurs recently, an ...Read more
Yes. : It's not a specific side effect of the drug but rather the sedative effect.. It makes you more sleepy. This can reduce your brains ability to to keep your eyes aligned. This is called a breakdown in ocular phoria, alignment. When you are more "sleepy" eyelids can droop. Less common causes include thyroid disease and autoimmune disease such as my esthetic gravies. Tell your prescribing doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Yes: Yes, although the image may be lacking in depth of color. ...Read more
Childhood, acquired: Crossed eyes are out of alignment inwards (esotropia), outwards (exotropia) or vertical (hypertropia). Vision holds the eyes aligned so poor vision will cause one eye to drift if it happens in childhood. Adults will lose alignment when their childhood stability gets disrupted or when they have trauma to the eye muscles or the eye muscle nerves. See a strabismologist ophthalmolgist for answers. ...Read more
Surgery: Crossed eyes are difficult to mask without dark glasses or surgical correction. Those with mildly crossed eyes can wear glasses that have prisms to force the crossed eye to look straight. Moderate to severe crossing requires surgical correction in youth; in adults with longstanding crossed eyes, surgery can be performed to improve the cosmetic appearance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Crossed eyes: If their vision is truely normal, you may be describing individuals with a high angle kappa. This means that the eyes appear slightly turned in but they are actually straight because of a slight angle of deviation between the line of sight and the anatomic pupillary center. ...Read more
Different reasons: While most cases of crossed eyes are inborn, there are a few that may be acquired after birth. Paralysis of one of the eye muscle nerves may cause this. That can be caused by different disease, including stroke, tumors, demyelinating illnesses etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Former: Most kids have bluish eyes that slowly darken with age. ...Read more
Eye Don't Think So: I suppose if you held a book in each hand and tried to read the book on the right with your left eye and the book on the left with your right eye, you might have a problem.But otherwise, assuming normal eye innervation and coordination and proper posture and lighting, reading at night should nor pose a problem unless it's at the computer or tablet.That's a whole other thing: eyestrain, fatigue,etc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Crossed eyes: Typically develop when we are infants. It's possible that your eyes just look crossed but really aren't. If you are not having any double vision or one of your eyes isn't lazy (doesn't see well), then it's most likely that your eyes aren't crossing. Regardless, patching won't help. If this is a change in how your eyes look, then you should see an ophthalmologist to have this looked at. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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