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What increases my risk for amblyopia?

Amblyopia, or lazy eye, is believed to run in families. If you have it, your children are more likely to have it as well. The eye condition is also more common in those born prematurely, those with other vision impairments, and those with developmental delays.

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How many people suffer from amblyopia?
Honor Society of Nursing (STTI)Honor Society of Nursing (STTI)
Amblyopia is a very common childhood condition, which normally continues into adulthood when not tre...
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Can amplyopia reoccur after corrective surgery?
David K. Coats, MDDavid K. Coats, MD
It is possible for amblyopia and strabismus to recur after treatment.  Follow-up with your eye docto...
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How is a lazy eye (amblyopia) treated?
Dr. Aaron P. Weingeist, MDDr. Aaron P. Weingeist, MD
  Eye surgery to correct misaligned eyes (strabismus) is usually performed as day surgery under gen...
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What Are Some Basic Facts About Children's Eye Health?
What Are Some Basic Facts About Children's Eye Health?

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