1. visual impairment without apparent organic pathology
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  • Objective To study the relationship between the degree of anisometropia and the depth of amblyopia.
  • For decades, vision specialists believed that a condition called amblyopia, or "lazy eye," must be t ... THE MEDICAL NEWS
  • Photoscreening can detect amblyogenic risk factors such as strabismus, significant refractive error, and media opacities; however, photoscreening cannot detect amblyopia.
  • In the classic example, a condition called amblyopia (also known as lazy eye) can arise when balanced visual signals are not transmitted from each eye to the brain during a critical period for visual cortex development. THE MEDICAL NEWS
  • Both strabismic and deprivation amblyopia occur as a result of abnormal visual experience during development.
  • For decades, patching the unaffected eye has been the mainstay of amblyopia treatment.
  • The traditional model of patching for amblyopia tends to be one in which the closer vision is to normal the less treatment is given.
  • METHODS: A total of 243 cases (408 eyes) of developmental amblyopia underwent comprehensive therapy including glasses, eye-shade, red light glitter, photogene and eyesight exercise.
  • Amblyopia can also result from a major difference in the refraction between the two eyes, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism.
  • This is very important, because it is estimated that as many as three percent of children in the U.S. have some degree of vision impairment due to amblyopia.
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