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Convergence Insufficiency    
Convergence Insufficiency Introduction There are six muscles attached to each eye that control movement of the eyes in all directions. When these  extra-ocular muscles  are working in perfect harmony, it is comfortable and easy to perform visual tasks at any distance and at any direction of gaze. (Right: a diagram of the six muscles.) Convergence  may be thought of as the ability to cross the eyes; as funny as this may sound, w... Read More
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