strabismus


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the condition of not having the visual axes parallel

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The Results: Maternal smoking was definitely associated with an increased risk of strabismus in the children--and the more the mother smoked, the greater the risk of lazy eye.
The principle is that active disease is usually managed medically with surgery reserved for when medical management fails, or to correct residual problems such as proptosis and strabismus, once the disease is stable (Chavis 2002, Modjtahedi et al 2006) .
School-based vision screening programs are the most commonly used method to detect signs of vision problems in American children such as strabismus, amblyopia, and refractive errors.
The parameters concerning chemosis, blepharospasm, conjunctival hyperemia, hemorrhage, secretion and strabismus were evaluated for up to 120 days.
When asked about their approach to strabismus in infants or children, 96 physicians (96%) stated that they would refer the patient directly to an ophthalmologist, and 4 physicians (4%) said they would take no action until the patient was old enough to undergo surgery.
A neglected case of strabismus may lead to a condition of loss of binocular single vision.
Mothers who smoked 10 or more cigarettes per day had a 79% higher risk of their children developing strabismus than mothers who did not smoke during pregnancy.
Coats' disease is a nonhereditary ocular disease, with no systemic manifestation, first described by George Coats in 1908.[1] It occurs more commonly in children and has a clear male predominance (69%).[2] Most patients present clinically with unilateral decreased vision, strabismus, or leukocoria.
Doctors from the Optometry and Vision Sciences School at City University of London have diagnosed the Renaissance master with strabismus after analysing the eye alignment of works believed to have been modelled, in part, on himself.
The major symptoms observed in a childhood cerebral form adrenoleukodystrophy patient are muscle spasms, crossed eyes (strabismus), hearing loss, seizures and other disorders related with the nervous system.
THURSDAY, June 14, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Children with certain eye conditions -- amblyopia or strabismus -- require more time to fill out multiple-choice answer forms, according to a study published online June 14 in JAMA Ophthalmology.
They cover abnormalities affecting te eye as a whole, congenital corneal opacity, glaucoma, iris anomalies, lens anomalies, pediatric uveitis, congenital abnormalities of the optic nerve, retinal anomalies, eyelid anomalies, lacrimal anomalies, and strabismus disorders.
There were teenagers with strabismus and cleft palates, parents not able to afford the necessary operations, which are automatically done on the NHS in the UK.
Apart from these problems, the Eye Center is also equipped to address: General Ophthalmology; Emergency Ophthalmic Services; Treatment of Eye Infections; Treatment of Diseases of the Cornea; Treatment of Eye Trauma; Cataract in the Young; Retinal Diseases; Laser Treatment of Retinal Diseases; Glaucoma and Laser Surgery; Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Eye; Pediatric Eye Surgery and Eye Alignment (Strabismus).
Strabismus is a common ophthalmic disease that can lead to weak 3D perception, amblyopia (termed lazy eye as well), or even blindness if it is not timely diagnosed and well treated [1, 2].