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Is there a relationship between wandering eye and low iq?
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Dr. Richard Rosen
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree
In brief: No
Lazy eye (amblyopia) is not necessarily a sign of low iq.
However, some persons with congenital syndromes suffer from various forms of strabismus which can lead to lazy eye (amblyopia). Evaluation by an ophthalmologist is recommended.

In brief: No
Lazy eye (amblyopia) is not necessarily a sign of low iq.
However, some persons with congenital syndromes suffer from various forms of strabismus which can lead to lazy eye (amblyopia). Evaluation by an ophthalmologist is recommended.
Dr. Richard Rosen
Dr. Richard Rosen
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Dr. Yale Kanter
Ophthalmology
In brief: Low IQ
The only relationship could be inattentiveness associated with a refractive error, and if this is corrected it should make a difference.

In brief: Low IQ
The only relationship could be inattentiveness associated with a refractive error, and if this is corrected it should make a difference.
Dr. Yale Kanter
Dr. Yale Kanter
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