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82457acb1a American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus FAQs Includes information about strabismus, adult strabismus, and other eye conditions. When the eyes are misaligned, typically one eye will fixate on objects of interest while the other eye turns in (esotropia), out (exotropia), down (hypotropia), or up (hypertropia). Download forms. When the patient wakes from surgery, we might see that the eye isn't exactly where we thought it was. But it doesn't always come back. Events .
For the most part, when it doesn't work the first time, we wait a few months, reassess the alignment and then go back and try again. Most adults with misaligned eyes are able to have successful surgical correction [See figure 1]. Mitchell Strominger, MD, is director of the Pediatric Ophthalmologyand Strabismus Service at the Floating Hospital for Children's New England Eye Center and associate professor at Tufts University School of Medicine. Fortunately, the more serious risks are rare. WebMD Strabismus WebMD's section on strabismus, includes links to medical reference pages. Optometrists Membership AOA Sections Join AOA My Profile Education & Training EyeLearn Public Health Clinical Care Accreditation (ACOE) Optometric Recognition Awards Classroom Tools Educator Resources Tools & Resources Evidence-based Optometry Clinical Care Publications FCLCA Compliance and Contact Lens Safety Surveys & Research Medical Records and Coding HIPAA Compliance Find a Job Post Your Resume Post a Job Opportunity . No. How painful is this type of surgery?.