Sentence Examples


  • Children with nystagmus who have their the null point located at a position in which the eyes are positioned inward may develop an esotropia, a form of strabismus or eye turn.
  • They may have problems in coordinating the eyes in fixing and tracking objects (strabismus), which may lead to an appearance of having "crossed eyes" at times.
  • Most children with strabismus have comitant strabismus, which means that no matter where they look, the degree of deviation does not change.
  • With strabismus, in some cases the eye turn occurs always in the same eye; however, sometimes the turn alternates from one eye to the other.
  • Young children learn to ignore distorted messages from a misaligned eye, but adults with strabismus often develop double vision (diplopia).