Strabismus is a condition in which one eye does not track with the other eye. It may be constant or intermittent and may alternate between the eyes. The most common symptom of strabismus is one eye turning in a different direction than the other eye.
Blepharitis is a common condition in which the eyelids become chronically inflamed and irritated. Blepharitis can cause corneal scarring and vision loss if left untreated.
With the recent increased incidence of diabetes in the general population, the potential for serious vision loss due to diabetes has increased also. Diabetes can cause several ocular complications and the most vision threatening complication is diabetic retinopathy.