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Treating Crossed Eyes at Loyola

Aleksandra Pryszcewska suffered most of her life from strabismus, also known as wandering eye, until she met with James McDonnell, MD, an ophthalmologist at Loyola. He surgically corrected her strabismus which has helped her to become more confident. Dr. McDonnell discusses the physical and emotional difficulties of having strabismus and how it can be treated at Loyola. For more information or to make an appointment, please visit or call 888-584-7888.