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Slight strabismus in one eye.
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Slight strabismus in one eye.

I have had anisometric amblyopia -3.75 (left eye) -4(right eye) but never had strabismus. recently i have developed very slight strabismus and no double vision. I dont really kno the cause. possibly ever eye strain in one eye? Is it possible to cure this?
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233488 tn?1310696703
You do not have aneisometric amblyopia because you do not have aneisometropia (difference of refractice error more than 1.5 Diopters). You likely have amblyopia because of a small angle esotrophia. See an ophthalmologist.  Your glass RX is for all practicle purposes the same in both eyes.
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