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I was born with strabismus, commonly known as crossed eyes. Most strabismus is the result of an abnormality of the neuromuscular (including brain) control of eye movement. When the eyes are oriented in different directions, the brain receives 2 different visual images. I am told that, as a baby, my brain somewhat ignored the image from the misaligned eye to avoid double vision, resulting in poorer vision development of that eye. To strengthen my “weak” eye, as a young child I wore an eye patch over my strong eye for several years. This was a success, I didn’t lose vision in the weak eye. I have always had monocular vision; both eyes work, but separately. Monocular vision, as opposed to bino

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