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.

  1. Eyes that appear crossed
  2. Eyes that do not align in the same direction
  3. Uncoordinated eye movements (eyes that do not move together)
  4. Double vision
  5. 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)