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What is an intermittent exotropia? An exotropia is an eye muscle condition where one or both of the eyes (not both at the same time) can drift outwards to the side. It is not painful and generally young children are unaware that this is happening. An intermittent exotropia is where the eye drifts to...

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What is a squint? A squint is when one eye appears straight and the other turns in, out, up or down. To make this better, you will need an operation. You will have to go to sleep for this. What will happen on the day of surgery? When you arrive at the surgical theatre you… Continue Reading...

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What is a squint? A squint where the eyes do not align as normal. One eye appears straight and the other eye drifts in a different direction. This can happen intermittently or all of the time. Some squints appear obvious when looking into the distance or close up, while others are the same at...

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