Crossed eyes or medically known as strabismus occurs when eyes are not aligned with each other. The brain is unable to coordinate eyes to work together. Strabismus can be categorized into multiple groups by the direction of the eye misalignment.
Microtropia is a less commonly known eye condition characterized by a slight misalignment of the eyes. This blog delves into the intricacies of this condition, from its causes and symptoms to its potential impact on vision. With many individuals potentially overlooking this subtle discrepancy, it’s crucial to understand and identify Microtropia for optimal eye health.
In this blog, we summarized some key points from Ahn et al. article. Research from Ahn et al. (2012) investigated binocular interaction of visual acuity (VA) in patients with intermittent exotropia and its relationship with accommodative responses
In this blog post, we summarize the intermittent exotropia vision condition: what it is, its prevalence, and its symptoms. Furthermore, we discuss the treatment options and the case study evaluating vision therapy as an under-researched
We often forget that individuals who experience eye difficulties are not only affected by the issues that are caused by vision impairment but also by society’s perception of them. This occurs especially when vision abnormality
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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.