Genetic And Environmental Factors Appear Related To Comitant Strabismus, Study Suggests


Certain subgroups within the population appears to be at higher risk of developing comitant strabismus (misalignment of the eyes) and should be identified and monitored to allow for earlier detection, according to a study by Gail D. E. Maconachie, B.Med.Sci., and colleagues of the University of Leicester, England. Researchers reviewed available medical literature… (Source: Health News from Medical News Today)