Symptoms of reduced binocularity may include headaches, eye strain, blurred vision, double vision or even a change in head posture. These symptoms may be subtle and are often overlooked. Problems with our binocular system can arise through various reasons. The problem may have arisen from birth or from a young age, or it may be associated with certain syndromes, systemic or neurological diseases, or as a result of an injury. It can occur at any stage in life.
There are several test procedures include in the orthoptic assessment and few of them as below.