Will a child with ‘shaking eyes’ go blind with time? No ratings yet.

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NO. ‘Shaking eyes’ or nystagmus as it is called is a to and fro searching movement of the eyes, as the central portion of the retina, which deals with fine vision, is not fully developed. This is common in albinos or children with a deficiency of skin pigmentation. It also occurs in some other conditions. In most of these conditions, the vision improves with time and the nystagmus decreases in extent and amplitude over the years.

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