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Doctor insights on: Remedies For Wide Set Eyes

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Does fraser syndrome cause wide set eyes?

Does fraser syndrome cause wide set eyes?

Yes, it can: Fraser syndrome is an autosomal recessive congenital disorder characterized by developmental defects including cryptophthalmos (where the eyelids fail to separate in each eye), and malformations in the genitals, and mental retardation, among other defects. Hypertelorism, or increased separation between the eyes, has also been noted. ...Read more

Wide Set Eyes (Definition)

Wide-set eyes are eyes that are spaced further apart than in the average person. This may be due to normal variations in face shape, or can be a malformation due ...Read more


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Can u fix wide set eyes . I really can't look people in the eyes because my eyes are spaced apart is there any way to make them closer in ?

Can u fix wide set eyes . I really can't look people in the eyes because my eyes are spaced apart is there any way to make them closer in ?

Usually yes: If you mean that one eye or both are misaligned such that the eyes don't point at the same target together (called exotropia, a form of strabismus) then yes. Eye muscle surgery is commonly performed both to improve cosmetic results & to reduce any double vision. Otherwise, if distance between pupils is more than average & eyes are straight, surgery is generally not recommended for this situation ...Read more

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What surgeries will fix wide set eyes and a long face?

What surgeries will fix wide set eyes and a long face?

Talk to your doctor: altering one's appearance is more than just having major cosmetic surgery done. It's also a reflection of how you see yourself in your own beauty. Surgery cannot correct that. So see if your PCP can help you understand how Nature has provided you your set of genes. Wide set eyes can't be surgically corrected, and may give you better stereoscopic 3-D vision. A long face can look shorter with bangs. ...Read more

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Does a flat nasal bridge and wide set eyes always mean a chromosome disorder?

Does a flat nasal bridge and wide set eyes always mean a chromosome disorder?

No: Sometimes this is a normal inherited trait. Try to see if others in the family share that trait. If you suspect that this person has a chromosome disorder, the doctors that diagnose them are called genetecists. If the person is your child it's best to see a pediatrician about your concerns first. (of course, if this is a coworker or the like, it's best to just leave it be ;). ...Read more

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My baby daughter has wide set eyes & short limbs.. Why?

My baby daughter has wide set eyes & short limbs.. Why?

Many possibilities: The 2 features you mention fall into patterns or syndromes that may reflect genetic issues, exposure to medications, toxins or infection during pregnancy. An evaluation by a geneticist or developmental pediatrician may shed some light on your daughters condition. ...Read more

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Is it ok to use your fingers to measure if your eyes are wide or close set?

Is it ok to use your fingers to measure if your eyes are wide or close set?

No: Opticians have instruments to make this measurement. It determines the spacing for the optical centration of eyeglass lenses. You can't do this by looking at your fingers. ...Read more

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21 year old son has been fainting with eyes wide open and set. (very scary) He had stage 3 melanomia 2 years ago. Cemo caused pituitary gland to swell?

21 year old son has been fainting with eyes wide open and set. (very scary) He had stage 3 melanomia 2 years ago. Cemo caused pituitary gland to swell?

Neurologist: He may be having atonic seizures and there would be concern about metastases to brain. It is urgent that he be seen by a neurologist for these spells for diagnosis and treatment. The neurologist would work in concert with the oncologist. ...Read more

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My 4 months old has hypotonia, wide bridge to nose, eyes wide set, large fore head. Pediatrician unsure but i think somethink genetic is wrong?

My 4 months old has  hypotonia, wide bridge to nose, eyes wide set, large fore head. Pediatrician unsure but i think somethink genetic is wrong?

Seek consultation: There is often a geneticist affiliated with a medical school or children's hospital that can help you find some answers. Some developmental pediatricians have also gained experience in determining which infant features suggest a syndrome or genetic issue. Your dr may be able to help you find a source or look to the above resources. ...Read more