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A “New” Look at Amblyopia Therapy

A New Look at Amblyopia Therapy

Amblyopia is a reduction in overall vision due to anisometropia, strabismus, high refractive error or cataracts in early childhood. In most cases, the patient has one eye with reduced vision, thus giving the colloquial “lazy” title. This term assumes a passive indifference on the poorer-seeing eye, and monocular treatment (patching, …

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What New Grads Need to Know About Strabismus

As a new grad, you should feel like you have a well-rounded education and are prepared for anything that walks through your door. However, there are always going to be a few things that make you a bit uncomfortable. I often hear from my colleagues that don’t deal with binocular …

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