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Effectively using both eyes together as a team is also a learned skill. If one eye tends to converge too much (esophoria or esotropia) or converge too little (exophoria or exotropia) the person may have double vision. This often leads to suppression which is the brain turning off one image to avoid the double vision. This condition may be corrected with glasses or surgery.

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