This submission consists of portraits taken of Ecuadorian children with “estrabismo” – or crossed-eyes, moments before being taken to an operating room to receive corrective eye muscle surgery. The images were obtained during a weeklong surgical mission by US ophthalmologists and nurses where we performed operations on 124 children at a public hospital/orphanage in Guayaquil, Ecuador this past January 2017. […]
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