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What is Exotropia? And what do I need to know?

Your child has been diagnosed with exotropia. This condition occurs in approximately 1% of children and develops between 6 months and 5 years of age.
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Eyelid spasms and facial spasms

Myokymia is an uncontrolled contraction (or quivering) of muscles along the lower and/or upper eyelids of one or both eyes. This usually results from anxiety and stress, fatigue, and caffeine.
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How is glaucoma detected?

Glaucoma is detected through a comprehensive eye exam and a series of tests that include: visual acuity test, dilated eye exam, visual field test, Tonometry, Pachymetry, Ophthalmoscopy, Gonioscopy and Imaging.
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What are my treatment options for diabetic eye disease?

Treatment options depend upon the nature of the diabetic eye disease but can include medications, laser, and sometimes surgery.
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Symptoms & Treatment for Convergence Insufficiency & Amblyopia

In Convergence Insufficiency (CI) and Amblyopia, early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent long-term problems and can usually be corrected with glasses or contact lenses, or patching therapy.
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Who is at risk for age-related cataracts?

The term "age-related" is a little misleading. You don't have to be a senior citizen to get this type of cataract. In fact, people can have an age-related cataract in their 40s and 50s.
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Can I get Dry AMD in just one eye?

Dry AMD generally affects both eyes, but vision can be lost in one eye while the other eye seems unaffected. If you have vision loss from dry AMD in one eye only, you may not notice changes in your vision.
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Can advanced AMD (Age-Related Macular Degeneration) be either the dry form or the wet form?

Yes. Both the wet form and the advanced dry form are considered advanced AMD.
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What happens to our eyes as we age?

You may barely notice the changes at first. Maybe you’ve found yourself reaching more often for your glasses to see up close.
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Can low vision be cured?

No. There is no cure for low vision, and vision lost cannot be restored. But there are a variety of rehabilitative coping tools.
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What is an Eyeteaming Problem?

It is not enough to have 20/20 vision and be able to clearly see a book or the board in a classroom. In order to see properly, we have to use our two eyes together in a very precise and coordinated fashion.
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Herpes Zoster (Shingles)

Shingles is a reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox. If you have had chickenpox, the virus can live on within your nerve cells for years after the sores are gone.
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