Children’s ametropia is harmful

Abstract: Amblyopia often occurs: such as moderate and severe hyperopia in both eyes, moderate and severe astigmatism in both eyes, severe myopia in both eyes, resulting in ametropic amblyopia in both eyes, and anisometropic amblyopia in monocular ametropia.

children’s ametropia is very harmful, which will not only affect children’s growth and development, but also cause low vision, blurred vision and other consequences. So, what are the hazards of children’s ametropia? Let’s take a look.

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what are the hazards of ametropia in children?

1. Strabismus often occurs: it is mainly seen in those with moderate and severe hyperopia in both eyes, mostly esotropia.

1. Amblyopia often occurs: such as moderate and severe hyperopia in both eyes, moderate and severe astigmatism in both eyes, severe myopia in both eyes, resulting in ametropic amblyopia in both eyes, and anisometropic amblyopia in monocular ametropia.

3. Due to the obvious low eyesight and inability to see clearly, the quality of life is reduced, the efficiency of work and learning is reduced, and it is inconvenient to engage in various social activities.

4. Impairment of binocular (monocular) visual function: it can also be understood as impairment of stereoscopic function, that is, there is no accurate stereoscopic function or complete loss of stereoscopic function, resulting in the patient’s inability to engage in and be competent for the work requiring precise positioning and fine operation. If the driver is prone to traffic accidents, he is not allowed to catch the ball when playing table tennis or badminton.