Why does a squint lead to a small eye?

The following are some of the reasons why strabismus can cause a small and large eye.
There is an indirect relationship between the symptoms of a squint and a small, large eye.
The squint may be induced by congenital factors or acquired cerebral hemorrhagic disorders.
Patients who maintain a long-standing squint that cannot be corrected can increase the probability of an episode of facial deformity that
This in turn may lead to asymmetry between the left and right sides of the face, which may result in one high and one low eye, one large and one small eye.

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