It is a congenital alteration of ocular mobility, which occurs due to an abnormal innervation of the lateral rectus muscle of the eye. It also presents malformations in the face, ears, and teeth, it usually produces strabismus and torticollis, because the subject moves the neck frequently to obtain a greater visual field.
Treatment: In cases in which the child does not present ocular torticollis and the strabismus only manifests when looking to the sides and is not very evident, no treatment is indicated as it does not affect the development of the child. But in those cases that causes strabismus in the "looking straight ahead" position or compensatory torticollis of the head, it should be treated to correct these problems by strabismus surgery. To eliminate strabismus in forward-facing position and compensatory torticollis of the head.