Fifteen-minute consultation: Managing a child with a new-onset squint


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Abstract

ObjectiveTo provide a systematic approach to the child with a new squint.MethodReview of the current available literature.ConclusionSquint is a common presentation in the paediatric population. Although the parents' primary concern may be cosmetic, a new squint in childhood may be the first sign of a serious or life-threatening ocular or neurological pathology. Thorough assessment and timely referral are essential.

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