Esotropia is an eye condition that refers to either one or both of your eyes pointing inward. Esotropia is a type of strabismus, which means that your eyes don’t line up correctly. You may hear people talking about “crossed eyes” instead of esotropia. Esotropia can be monocular (involves one eye) or binocular (involves both eyes).
The muscles and nerves that control your eyes usually work to allow both of your eyes to work together. In esotropia, this control isn’t as coordinated as it should be.