strabism


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strabism

the inability of both eyes to focus on one object thereby producing the effect of squinting or cross-eyes. Also called strabismus. — strabismal, strabismic, adj.
See also: Eyes
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Kyphoscoliosis and spina bifida occulta can also occur, while strabism and hearing loss are less frequently encountered.
Other manifestations may be found, including strabism, conjunctivitis, pterygium, cataracts, sensorineural deafness, polydactyly, and syndactyly [4,8].