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A squint, squinting; a condition in which the lines of sight of the two eyes cannot be directed at the same point of fixation under normal conditions; therefore, oblique vision.

It is normal in newborn babies, but it should stop by the time the baby is six moths old. Loxophthalmus beyond the newborn period may be caused by a blow on the head, disease, heredity, or other conditions.