Diplopia is commonly known as “double vision,” when a person sees two images of an object instead of one. Binocular diplopia – double vision in both eyes – is caused by a misalignment of the eyes and is often treated with vision therapy. Monocular diplopia – double vision in only one eye – can be caused by factors including astigmatism, dry eye and retinal problems.

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