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    AAO 2015
    Neuro-Ophthalmology/Orbit

    Fixation switch diplopia should be suspected in patients with a history of childhood strabismus or amblyopia who become diplopic after an intervention forces them to switch fixation to their previously amblyopic eye. Treatment typically involves restoration of fixation with the previously dominant eye using optical or surgical means. In cases with coexistent strabismus, prisms can also be used as a short-term solution if necessary.