diplopia

Diplopia, also known as double vision, is a vision condition in which the images perceived by the eye are not processed in the brain as a single spatial image, but double vision is generated. The causes of this condition may be different such as diseases and disorders of the eye muscles, injury, inflammation, abnormal smooth flow or tumors in the eye and brain. Diplopia can also result from congenital or acquired strabismus, alcohol, fatigue, drugs and poisoning or infections such as meningitis, diphtheria, among others. The diagnosis is made by "Dobre screen test" consisting of various procediemientos as examination of eye movements, flashlight, etc. Depending on the cause you can also claim the specialist performing a blood test, ultrasound or angiography. Your treatment will be based on the causes of the disease.

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