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Squint, medically known as strabismus, is a vision condition in which both eyes do not align or focus on the same point at the same time.

This misalignment can be constant or intermittent and may manifest in various ways, such as one eye turning inwards, outwards, upwards, or downwards. Squint can be caused by issues with the eye muscles, nerve control, or refractive errors like nearsightedness or farsightedness.

Squint often develops in childhood and, if left untreated, can lead to serious vision problems, including amblyopia or "lazy eye." Treatment options for squint include corrective eyeglasses, eye exercises, patching of the dominant eye, or, in some cases, surgical intervention to realign the eye muscles.

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