Squint(Strabismus)

The inability to bring the visual axes of both eyes to meet at a certain point,and yet one eye will follow the other in all its movements.If the squinting eye deviates inward,it is 'Strabismus convergens';if outwards then 'Divergens';if upwards then it is 'sursumvergens';and if downward then it is 'Deorsumvergens'.
The use of homoeopathic medicine has in the early stages of some cases relieved the tendency to permanent strabismus.In Acute/obstinate cases surgery is required.

Symptoms/Problems Remedy Frequency(doses)
In convergent strabismus occuring in children,particularly if spasmodic in nature,or caused from convulsions Cicuta vir.30 4 hourly
Convergent strabismus,periodic,and resulting from spasm of the internal recti Jaborandi 30 4 hourly
Due to worms Cina 30 or 200 4 hourly

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