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What is adult strabismus?

Strabismus (pronounced struh-BIZ-mus) is a condition in which the eyeballs are not aligned properly and point in different directions. When it occurs in adults, it is called adult strabismus. Nearly four in every 100 adults have adult strabismus.

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