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Lazy Eye

Also called: Amblyopia

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You're wise to ask questions like this. I suggest you ask them directly of the medical professional who is treating you. Your questions are...
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Hi The old way would be to get it some glass's cover up the good eye, this then makes the weaker one stronger, not sure what the more modern way...
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Possibly.  See an ophthalmologist who specializes in muscle surgery.
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This sounds like the description of a pressure ulcer, to me. And it definitely deserves to be examined by a medical professional.Pressure ulcers...
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Amblyopia usually starts when one eye has much better focus than the other eye. For example, one eye might be very nearsighted or have a lot of...
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Amblyopia is a condition that starts in childhood in which vision has not developed properly in one eye or the other. If amblyopia is left untreated...
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