what is the significance of a unilateral "wide" epicanthus? would the main concern be starbismus/pseudostrabismus, how do you differentiate, and are there any other differentials to consider?
(my 10 week old son is said to have a "wide" epicanthus on the left, and at times he appears to have a "lazy" eye, but he has no trouble focusing on objects or making eye contact with me. he was born full term, at 40 weeks and was 9lbs 6oz, with an uneventful vagina delivery if birth stats have any significance)
Married to overworked DH since 2003, happily mama to DD (01/09) and DS (4/12)
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