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Types of Squint

Congenital Es0tropia

Congenital (infantile) esotropia is a type of strabismus which generally appears within the first six months of life. This esotropia may be present at birth but often develops within the first few months...more

Acquired Esotropia

Acquired esotropia can occur after infancy and is not always responsive to farsighted glasses; because of this, it does not fall into the categories of congenital esotropia or Accomodative Esotropia. ..more

Accomodative Esotropia

This refers to a crossing of the eyes ("esotropia") caused by farsightedness. Children who are farsighted easily and automatically focus on objects at distance and near through "accommodation". Accommodation refers to the contraction of a small muscle inside the eye to cause the natural lens in the eye to change its shape and allow images to focus properly on the back surface of the eye...more


Pseudoesotropia refers to the appearance of crossed eyes in a child whose eyes are actually perfectly aligned. This is common in infants and younger children who have a broad, flat bridge of the nose which allows the skin on the inner part of the eyelids to extend over and cover the inner part of the eye. ..more


Exotropia is a type of eye misalignment that refers to an outward deviation of the eyes. Although Exotropia commonly begins around age 2 to 4 years, it can appear even before 2 years of age due to some eye problems causing visual deficiency like cataract, retina problems...more

Vertical Strabismus

Hypertropia is a type of strabismus where there is a vertical misalignment of the eyes. Although there are many causes of vertical strabismus, one of the most common causes is fourth nerve palsy (also known as superior oblique palsy)...more

Complex Strabismus

Some patients present with unusual strabismus entities. Although many of these patients can be categorized into well-defined categories, some patients exhibit complex combinations of vertical, horizontal and torsional strabismus...more

Adult Strabismus

Adult strabismus disorders are treated by paediatric ophthalmologists. They are accomplished adult strabismus surgeons. Adult patients are referred to us for our expertise in treating complex eye muscle disorders...more

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