Strabismus

What is Strabismus?

It is deviation of eyeball due to improper functioning of external muscle of eye, leading to squint, which may be secondary to trauma to the orbit or due to injury to the optic nerve.

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Hi, Today i stood up and felt a little dizzy. My eyes went cross eyed and i couldnt control it. I put my hand over each eye which i could see out...

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I just hope it's not a small attack of seizure(absent seizures). Please rule out epilepsy though it might be just generalized weakness as well.

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My son is 11 months old. He is having strabismus. We noticed first when he was about 3 months old. His left eye stays inward most of the time....

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Hi
Welcome to Health care Magic

Rest assured that surgery will cure...
Patch is the first thing to do - the eye and brain area serving it will be...

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I did a quick nasal smear this evening and found something bizarre. Amongst all the white blood cells and mucus is something for which I have no...

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Brief Answer:
Mast Cell. Normal finding.

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thank you for your query.

1. The cell in the image seems to be a Mast Cell.

2. Mast...

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