Low vision and visual impairments are legally stipulated. The definitions may vary from state to state. Typically, visual acuity of 20/200 or less or visual field less than 20 degrees are required.
There are many definitions of partial impairment that may affect central acuity (the eye chart) or...Read More
There is substantial overlap between pink eye and conjunctivitis. Pink eye is an infectious form of conjunctivitis, most often caused by viruses but also caused in some cases by bacteria. The most important form of non-infectious conjunctivitis is allergic, usually recognizable by mild redness, s...Read More
It is unusual for a toddler to grow out of crossing. Such a child should have a complete eye examination, including pupillary dilation to determine the cause and treatment. This exam should be performed by a pediatric ophthalmologist or a comprehensive ophthalmologist. Read More