The perception of strabismus by children and adults

@article{MojonAzzi2011ThePO,
  title={The perception of strabismus by children and adults},
  author={Stefania Margherita Mojon-Azzi and Andrea Kunz and Daniel St{\'e}phane Mojon},
  journal={Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology},
  year={2011},
  volume={249},
  pages={753-757}
}
BackgroundVisible strabismus has been shown to have adverse psychosocial consequences. It remains controversial if esotropia or exotropia is perceived more negatively. The aim of this study was to determine if esotropia or exotropia and the eye (side) in which strabismus is present are perceived differently. We also asked our adult participants: (1) if they thought visible strabismus should be corrected by surgery, (2) if they thought that strabismus surgery should only be to improve the… 

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