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  • Lazy eye not necessarily crossed or wandering eyes

    Lazy eye not necessarily crossed or wandering eyes
    Lazy eye is often mistaken for eyes that cross or wander, but some patients with the disorder don't show these symptoms. Dr. Lisa Abrams, a pediatric ophthalmologist at Katzen Eye Group, talks about how lazy eye is diagnosed, who gets it and how it is treated.
  • Children's eye clinic has a clear vision

    Children's eye clinic has a clear vision
    Sometimes, lost or broken eyeglasses bring a child to the Princeton Vision Clinic. Other times the reason for the trip is much more serious: The child can't see words clearly or has undiagnosed astigmatism, lazy eye or color blindness. Illinois...

    Q&A: Ask the pediatrician! Dr. Diana Blythe answers your questions about kids' health

    <b>Q&A:</b> Ask the pediatrician! Dr. Diana Blythe answers your questions about kids' health
    Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...

    Should toddlers be screened for lazy eye?

    Should toddlers be screened for lazy eye?
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Screening one- and two-year-olds for lazy eye can reliably detect children at risk for vision problems, a new study suggests. Researchers found tests by trained volunteers correctly caught a similar proportion of toddlers...

    A parent's watchful eye could prevent blindness

    A parent's watchful eye could prevent blindness
    While newborns’ eyes can at first appear misaligned, most straighten within the first few months of life. But if parents start to notice babies’ eyes crossing or wandering outward, upward or downward, it could be serious. The first step is...