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Doctors for Squint in Pakistan

Squint in Urdu

بھینگے پن کی بیماری پیدائشی بھی ہو سکتی ہے یا شندگی کے پہلے چھ ماہ میں سامنے آ سکتی ہے۔ یہ جینیاتی وجوہات کی وجہ سے بچوں میں سامن آتی ہے۔ وہ لوگ جو دور کی نظر کی کمزوری کا شکار ہیں وہ بھی اس سورتحال سے دوچار ہو سکتے ہیں۔ اس کی علامات بچپن میں ہی واضح ہونے لگتی ہیں لیکن اگر یہ بیماری معمولی یوعیت کی ہو تو اس کی تشخیص ہونا مشکل ہو جاتا ہے۔ 

Doctors For Squint

Prof. Dr. Huma Kayani

5 / 5 (370 Reviews)

Experience: 25 Yrs

Dr. Qumber

5 / 5 (51 Reviews)

Experience: 17 Yrs

Dr. Farukh Jameel

5 / 5 (81 Reviews)

Experience: 6 Yrs

Dr. Zeeshan Kamil

5 / 5 (37 Reviews)

Experience: 17 Yrs

Dr. Major R Assad Zaman Khan

5 / 5 (39 Reviews)

Experience: 8 Yrs

Asst. Prof. Dr. Syed Abdullah Mazhar

5 / 5 (61 Reviews)

Experience: 8 Yrs

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Summary about Squint in English

Squint or strabismus is a condition that affects normal alignment of both eyes. Due to a defect in muscular activity, one of the eyes becomes fixed at a spot while the other is moving normally. Squint is usually detectable at birth but sometimes it may surface during the first 6 months of life. People suffering from farsightedness may also get affected by strabismus at some point in their life. Sometimes infants or babies may look cross-eyed when tired or disturbed. This does not imply that have squint but getting gin touch with their doctor is recommended.

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Symptoms of Squint

The signs of squint are noticeable right from childhood. It can be seen that one of the eys is fixed at one point while the other one keeps moving to focus on objects desired. Mild squint usually goes unnoticed. This condition is either present at birth or may appear during the first 6 months of life. If left unattended it can advance to other complications.

Causes of Squint

Squint or strabismus can be of congenital or hereditary origin. It can also result from other diseases such as long-sightedness or due to cranial nerve lesions.  Some other problems that can lead to strabismus include:


Noonan syndrome