A. concomitant squint
B. paralytic squint
C. Restrictive squint
D. Pseudo squint
>Paralytic or incomitant squint occurs when there is an acquired defect of the movement of an eye.
> The squint (and double vision) is maximally demonstrated by looking in the direction of action of the weakened muscle.
>Paralytic squints occur due to disease of the III, IV and VI cranial nerves.