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‘Lazy eye’ childhood condition can be treated in adults

When Aleksandra Pryszczewska was a toddler, she often stumbled and bumped into things because of an eye condition called strabismus, or lazy eye. Her left eye veered to the far right, altering her line of vision causing her sight to be impaired. While strabismus is traditionally corrected during early childhood, Ms. Pryszczewska’s only surgery was unsuccessful. But now there is a method to treat adult strabismus.

Source: www.sciencedaily.com