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what very common condition is this? And what methods of correction do you believe is most appropriate?

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Convegece squint lt eye cover uncover test . Comlete under homide 2% refractin do complete cycloplegic refraction and do best possible correction examine vision.Use glasses for 2 months if squint recovers altight otherwiseopt for operation lt medial recession < lateral resection

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This is left convergent squint or esotropia If it is accommodative esotropia the treatment of choice is provision of hypermetropic correction

Lt esotropia. Adv refractive correction if any is present. Occlusion therapy if amblyopia is present. Orthoptic exercises sos. Surgery as a last resort sos.

Convegece squint lt eye cover uncover test . Comlete under homide 2% refractin do complete cycloplegic refraction and do best possible correction examine vision.Use glasses for 2 months if squint recovers altight otherwiseopt for operation lt medial recession < lateral resection

Squint, strabismus If child is not able to move left eye laterally ,it is paralytic squint If movements are full it can be concomitant squint Underlying refractory error has to be ruled out .

Accommodative esotropia. Just correction required with spectacles after relaxation of accomodation with atropine drops

* SQUINT .. * STRABISMUS ..

Left eye esotropia, Prescribe appropriate glasses after cycloplegic refraction Reasses after 3 months

Squint Synaptofore for exercises Finger eye cordination exercises Last is surgery

Medial squint Corrective surgery

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