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What are lazy eyes?

What are exactly lazy eyes are? I want to know more about lazy eyes. Can anyone help me?
08/24/2012
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  • Jocelyn

    Lazy eyes are also known as amblyopia. It is a kind of visual disease. People who suffer lazy eyes are with a vision deficiency, because the visual stimulation from the environment could not be transmitted or poorly transmitted through the optic nerve to our brain continuously. This disease often happens in children and the most of children have only one lazy eye. In this case, children patient can be healed by some treatment. However, if the two eyes both suffer the symptom, the chance of successful treatment reduces, especially the patient whose age exceeds five.
    08/24/2012
  • A.L

    ''Lazy eyes'' are kind of eye diseases that occurs in children younger than 9 years old. Its name in medical is amblyopia. It causes two kind of eye problem: a vision deficiency in an eye but the other one is physically normal, or out of proportion to associated structural abnormalities of the eyes. From this we can see that lazy eyes can only happen in children younger 9 years old. It is a developmental problem in the brain, not the problem of eyeball. It can be sort into four types, these are strabismic amblyopia, anisometropic amblyopia, Form-deprivation, and occlusion amblyopia.
    08/24/2012
  • catchingthought

    The lazy eyes are also called amblyopia, which is a common eye vision problem. The patients of amblyopia are usually young kids, and their eyes fail to transmit or poor transmit the optic nerve to the brain during a short period. In other words, the kid can't see the object clearly. In general, the amblyopia can be treated easier when the kid under 6 years old. The most common and most effective way to treat the lazy eyes is wearing eye patch for 3 to 4 hours every day. It can help the kid to improve eyes' ability to focus.
    08/27/2012
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