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Anyone heard of vertical heterophoria syndrome?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology

In brief: This is uncommon

Vertical heterophoria would be a tendency for one eye to move up (or down) in relation to the other other eye.
This would cause double vision or blurred vision. Glasses can be made to compensate for this and relieve the symptoms.

In brief: This is uncommon

Vertical heterophoria would be a tendency for one eye to move up (or down) in relation to the other other eye.
This would cause double vision or blurred vision. Glasses can be made to compensate for this and relieve the symptoms.
Dr. Tim Conrad
Dr. Tim Conrad
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