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Is it possible to have wandering eye in both?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology

In brief: Possibly

The most common 'wandering eye' is when vision is down in one eye and it cannot hold fixation and moves in or out compared to the other eye.
There is a condition called alternation in which either eye can achieve fixation while the other snaps out or in. If there is poor vision in both eyes, they can wander in a random pattern termed nystagmus.

In brief: Possibly

The most common 'wandering eye' is when vision is down in one eye and it cannot hold fixation and moves in or out compared to the other eye.
There is a condition called alternation in which either eye can achieve fixation while the other snaps out or in. If there is poor vision in both eyes, they can wander in a random pattern termed nystagmus.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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