Pseudostrabismus refers to the false appearance of eye misalignment, typically inwards (pseudoesotropia). This appearance typically occurs in babies with a wider than normal nasal bridge that makes it appear that one of the eyes is turned in. No treatment is required for this as children tend to grow out of this appearance as their face develops. Another type of pseudostrabismus is known as positive angle kappa. This type occurs when the light reflection on the eye appears to be nasal to the center. This gives the appearance that the eye is deviated outward; however, there is no true misalignment with strabismus testing.
Source: American Academy of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus