Strabismus and pediatric ophthalmology

Pediatric ophthalmology is an intriguing discipline, yet at times it can be upsetting owing to the challenges of evaluating a child. Kid ophthalmologists have more knowledge and expertise diagnosing and treating common pediatric eye problems, even though all ophthalmologists have some training in pediatric eye conditions. Pediatric ophthalmologists are specialists in examining, identifying, and treating eye conditions in newborns, kids, and teenagers. Due to the fact that they perform eye procedures on children, pediatric ophthalmologists are both surgical and medical specialists.

In the case of strabismus, neither eye aligns in the same direction. They aren't staring at the same object at the same moment as a result. The most common kind of strabismus is "crossed eyes." There may be occasional occurrences of the ailment or it may be constant. If it persists throughout a child's formative years, it may result in amblyopia (lazy eyes) and a loss of depth perception.

  • Birth defects of the eyes
  • Problems with eye alignment
  • Children's Eye Conditions
  • Eye disorders diagnosis and treatment

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