Crossed eyes; Esotropia; Exotropia; Hypotropia; Hypertropia; Squint; Walleye; Misalignment of the eyes; Comitant strabismus; Noncomitant strabismus
Symptoms of strabismus may be present all the time, or only when you are tired or sick.
The eyes do not move together and may appear crossed at times.
The other eye will appear turned out, up, or down from wherever the first eye is focused.
Someone with strabismus may also have:
- Depth perception loss
- Vision loss
Signs and tests
Eye tests include:
- Corneal light reflex
- Cover/uncover test
- Retinal exam
Standard ophthalmic exam
A brain and nervous system (neurological) examination will also be performed.