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The answer to helping kids with "lazy eye" before it's too late could be a hand-held screening device, a new study suggests.
Amblyopia can't be treated with glasses or contact lenses after a child's vision reaches maturity, and without treatment, it can lead to poor school performance and impairments in depth perception and fine motor skills, doctors say.
"The findings suggest that ...
If you're having eye problems, you may not know which type of specialist to consult.
Here's some help from experts who explain the roles of an optometrist, ophthalmologist, pediatric ophthalmologist, orthoptist and optician.
Optometrists provide comprehensive eye care, including evaluations for glasses and contact lenses and common eye diseases.
"They play a role in monitoring...