This suggests treating binocular vision disorders may improve quality of life in patients with vestibular dysfunction.
Some cases of constant strabismus may be better managed with surgery, particularly if the eye turn is large and cosmetically bothersome to the patient.
This is because their eyes are struggling to maintain fusion.
Strabismus is typically treated with eye muscle surgery or vision therapy.
However, surgery does not guarantee development of binocular vision.
Convergence insufficiency (CI)is the most common horizontal binocular vision disorder.
Binocular vision refers to how the eyes work together to produce a three-dimensional perception of the world. The visual system must converge (turn eyes inward) and diverge (turn eyes outward) to maintain a clear, single, three-dimensional image.