Strabismus (pronounced struh-BIZ-muss) is any misalignment of the eyes. If the eyes are turned inward, it is commonly known as being cross-eyed or having crossed eyes. Strabismus is the medical term for being cross-eyed. Some strabismus is visible at all times, while other strabismus is “intermittent” and only visible intermittently.
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