I can't move my eyeballs to right or left like normal people so when i want to look at something in left corner as an example , i just simply move my neck to the corner not my eyeballs..
This problem is with me since my birth .
My Q is what is this case scientifically called ?
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There are many causes of congenital limitation of horizontal ocular motility such as Duane syndrome, congenital six nerve palsy, congenital esotropia, longstanding esotropia with medial rectus contracture, ocular neuromyotonia and Congenital orbital fibrosis.
The only way to differentiate between these things are complete eye examination. So you have to visit your eye doctor in order to find the exact cause of your condition.