Can a baby be diagnosed with mobius syndrome even thought he is able to move his eyes in every direction?
Not that I know. Mobius syndrome results from the underdevelopment of cranial nerves 6 (controls lateral eye movements) and 7 (controls facial expression). Facial paralysis and the inability to move eyes laterally-side to side-forces babies to feed poorly and turn their head toward objects. Limb anomalies, chest wall anomalies, difficulties breathing & swallowing, and difficulty blinking may be associated.