Squint – Surgery, Causes and Procedure
Squint or Strabismus is a misalignment of the eye muscles that leads to angular changes of an eye. The faulty angular displacement of the eye leads to poor vision, difficulty to focus in one direction, and pain in the ocular muscles.
Squint is a common condition that occurs in children and adults at any stage of life. However, it is mostly observed in children after birth. Squint when observed in children should be rectified at a young age to prevent visibility defects in later stages of life.