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Strabismus is a term used to describe eyes that are not straight and parallel. One eye may look straight ahead, while the other turns inward, outward, upward or downward. Strabismus is a serious eye condition that requires early medical treatment if it is to be successfully corrected.
New insights into visual disturbances accompanying skull deformations

New insights into visual disturbances accompanying skull deformations

Ultra fast and ultra active: the strange life of the extraocular muscles

Ultra fast and ultra active: the strange life of the extraocular muscles

New guidelines for nausea and vomiting

New guidelines for nausea and vomiting

Mental activity leads to mental agility

Mental activity leads to mental agility

Botox finds a use in cancer treatment

Botox finds a use in cancer treatment

Botox helps explain possible causes of nerve diseases

Botox helps explain possible causes of nerve diseases

Tetanus toxin may help fight depression, anxiety, anorexia and Parkinson's

Tetanus toxin may help fight depression, anxiety, anorexia and Parkinson's

Study finds advanced vision testing system highly effective in detecting deficits in pre-verbal children

Study finds advanced vision testing system highly effective in detecting deficits in pre-verbal children

Academy of Ophthalmology reacts to recent study on eye exams for children

Academy of Ophthalmology reacts to recent study on eye exams for children

Botox injections may ease the irritation of tinnitus

Botox injections may ease the irritation of tinnitus

Botox approved as treatment for severe underarm sweating

Botox approved as treatment for severe underarm sweating