Print Version The monofixation syndrome (MFS) is a stable ocular alignment which often includes a small misalignment (strabismus) of the eyes (although straight eyes can also be less commonly seen), some amount of depth perception (stereopsis), and a unilateral mild decrease in vision ...
Print Version see also Cortical Visual Impairment Delayed visual maturation (DVM) is seen in newborns who initially appear as if they cannot see or are unable to follow any objects. This usually improves by about 4-6 months of age without any treatment, but sometimes can take up to 12...
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Eye misalignment. #EyeTerms
See Exotropia. #EyeTerms
Hordeolum or a chalaizon. #EyeTerms
A drooping of one or both eyelids. #EyeTerms
Strabismus in which the eyes are misaligned in the vertical plane. Refers to the lower eye. #EyeTerms
A rapid involuntary oscillation of the eyes. Can be side to side, up and down or rotary. #EyeTerms
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