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Latent strabismus

There were very few positive eyes, 90% of them had

The tendency of the two eyes to be skewed, but can be controlled by the brain, and maintain the binocular vision, which is called latent strabismus. In the life, there were few absolute positive eyes, about 90% of the patients had the implicit strabismus, mostly mild horizontal strabismus, and the vertical and oblique rotation were rare.

And it can develop into a squint

With extraocular muscle heterophoric anatomical position, abnormal ametropia or neurogenic factors. If the patient's brain function is out of control, the patient will develop a squint. Once the heterophoria vision fatigue symptoms, such as headache, eye pain, blurred vision, reading can not be sustained, even diplopia and dizziness, should go to the hospital for examination, in order to prevent heterophoria become manifest strabismus.

Principles of treatment

Asymptomatic absence of treatment. If the visual fatigue symptoms of esophoria patients should be timely correct the ametropia and strengthening exercise, eliminate stress and overwork, when necessary to give appropriate treatment.

Esophoria: first mydriatic optometry, wearing the right glasses. Implicit oblique should not be trained, can be corrected to reduce the excessive set of eye position, eliminate excessive regulation, so that visual fatigue symptoms to reduce or disappear.

Exophoria: training, training to strengthen the eyes turn convergence by muscle strength, young adults should not wear three prism. To see nearly more than 10 degrees (20 A) of exophoria, surgery may be considered.

 

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