Fixation forceps (two pairs), two sharp hooks, strabismus scissors, suture.
As yet the pupil of the eye was irritable, and he had no strabismus.
They are often preceded by strabismus, with or without ptosis; the strabismus, is usually accompanied by amblyopia.
The strabismus being to the right, the affection must be to the left.
strabismus is a symptom of very ordinary occurrence, particularly when other paralytic or spasmodic phenomena exist.
He asked him particularly if there wasnt anybody he could treat for strabismus.
Happy he afflicted with strabismus, for only he can see his nose before his face.
strabismus is present when one eye only is directed to the fixed point, while the visual line of the other eye deviates from it.
It is like strabismus, chloroform, lithotrity, a heap of monstrosities that the Government ought to prohibit.
Samuel underwent the operation for strabismus, and it succeeded perfectly.
"a squint," 1680s, from Modern Latin, from Greek strabismos, from strabizein "to squint," from strabos "squinting, squint-eyed." Earlier in anglicized form strabism (1650s).
strabismus stra·bis·mus (strə-bĭz'məs)
A visual defect in which one eye cannot focus with the other on an objective because of imbalance of the eye muscles. Also called heterotropia, squint, tropia.