Strabismus, also known as "heterotropia", "squint", "crossed eye", "cockeyed', "wandering eye", or "wall eyed", is a condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other.
- Eyes that appear crossed
- Eyes that do not align in the same direction
- Uncoordinated eye movements (eyes that do not move together)
- Double vision
- Vision in only one eye, with loss of depth perception (depth perception is our ability to see three dimensions, and recognize the order of objects in the space around us)