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What is Lazy Eye or Amblyopia?

Lazy eye, medically known as amblyopia, is a common vision disorder that affects both children and adults. In this blog post, we will explore what lazy eye or amblyopia is, its causes, signs and symptoms, how to diagnose it, and what are available treatments. 

What causes lazy eye in adults
Adults

What Causes Lazy Eye in Adults?

Lazy eye, or amblyopia, is often associated with childhood vision problems. However, what many people may not realize is that lazy eye is also a significant vision disorder in adults. This results in a variety

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Cover test
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Cover Tests: Diagnostics of Vision Problems

Vision is an integral part of our daily lives, allowing us to navigate the world around us. Regular eye exams are essential to ensure optimal eye health and detect potential issues early on. One such

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Visual Pathway
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

What is Lazy Eye or Amblyopia?

Lazy eye, medically known as amblyopia, is a common vision disorder that affects both children and adults. Despite its prevalence, many people are unfamiliar with the condition and its implications for vision. In this blog

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Child playing
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Stereopsis and Amblyopia

Amblyopia is an important condition since it is one of a leading cause of visual loss in infants and young children. It reflects the neurological damage that arises when normal visual development is disrupted. Amblyopia

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Girl with a magnifying glass over one eye.
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Recent advances in amblyopia treatment

The initial step in amblyopia treatment should be correcting refractive errors. Thus, enhancing retinal image quality. In nearly one-third of previously untreated amblyopic children, amblyopia was corrected with just optical treatment after 30 weeks. For

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Dichoptic treatment for amblyopia
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

What is Dichoptic Therapy?

Amblyopia is the most common cause of visual impairment in children. It occurs when there is a misalignment between what the two eyes see. It happens when one eye is clouded by a cataract, when

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Based on the data from over 15,000 patients using AmblyoPlay, improvements start within 4 months, while optimal results take anywhere between 6-18 months on average. The duration of required training depends on the patient’s age, the severity of the problem, accompanying diseases, and adherence to the training program.