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Strabmismus or lazy eye is a condition in which the extraocular muscles of the eye lack coordination causing the two eyes to gaze in different directions. Types of lazy eye include: hypertropia (top), exotropia (middle) and esotropia (bottom). Botox is used as a medical treatment for this condition, injected into the dominant extraocular muscle causing paralysis of the muscle and evening out the balance of the lazy eye.
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