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Convergence Insufficiency

Convergence Insufficiency Exercises

Convergence insufficiency (CI) is a common binocular vision disorder where the eyes struggle to work together when focusing on a nearby object. The good news is that convergence insufficiency can often be effectively managed with

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Should we treat amblyopia before, during, or after addressing its cause?
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Optimal Timing for Amblyopia Treatment

In this blog, we will discover the optimal timing for amblyopia treatment. Furthermore, we will address different types of lazy eye and how the timing of the treatment differs. Challenges in Amblyopia Treatment from Visual

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Binocular Vision Function And Lazy Eye
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Binocular Vision Function and Lazy Eye

Binocular vision plays a crucial role in various daily activities, including depth perception, judging distances, spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, and overall visual perception. For people who have lazy eye, binocular visual function is disrupted. Let’s

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Development Story: Dead-end
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Development Story: Dead-end

In the previous blog post about our development as a product and business, I was writing about how we started, how we failed and how we learned and improved in the process of developing our

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How does amblyopia occur?
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Why Does Amblyopia Happen?

Sight is arguably the most important sense and it affects our everyday life. It is not surprising that it is also one of the most complicated systems in our bodies. As with any other complex

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Anisometropic Amblyopia
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Anisometropic Amblyopia

Having already discussed amblyopia in general, its molecular basis, and the ways of treating it, we shall now discuss perhaps the most tricky of all amblyopia conditions: anisometropic amblyopia. In this article, we will explore

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Accessory parts of the Eye
General

Accessory Parts of the Eye

Accessory (adnexal) parts of the eye are anatomical structures that surround and protect the eyeball and support the function of the eye. Those structures include the orbit, eyebrows, eyelids, lacrimal apparatus and extraocular muscles. Since

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Cortical Blindness
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Cortical Blindness

Cortical blindness, also referred to as cerebral visual impairment (CVI) or blindsight, is a neurological condition characterized by partial or total loss of vision in a healthy eye due to damage in the visual processing

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Convergence Insufficiency

How to Treat Convergence Insufficiency?

Convergence insufficiency is a common vision disorder that can affect people of all ages, causing discomfort, eye strain, and difficulty focusing on nearby objects. Fortunately, there are effective treatments that can alleviate these symptoms and

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