How to predict myopia in infancy

Abstract: it is not known whether it can prevent or reduce the development of myopia in children. Nevertheless, visual acuity tests performed under the age of 1 year can identify some children who need treatment to improve binocular vision., By testing the visual acuity of children under the age of 1, we can know whether they will become myopia in the future, which is the result of long-term research by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology., This finding may lay a foundation for the prevention of myopia and may help to solve a long-standing debate about whether children’s myopia is related to the beginning of reading at the age of 5 or 6., As early as 18 years ago, researchers conducted regular vision tests on 400 children from the first few months of life. They found that the visual acuity of infants with glasses myopia under the age of 1 tends to be normal in the next 3-4 years, but they may develop into low myopia. Therefore, researchers believe that testing children’s vision within the age of 1 year can make the best test of whether they will suffer from myopia in the future., However, the researchers say it is not known whether it can prevent or reduce the development of myopia in children. Nevertheless, visual acuity tests performed under the age of 1 year can identify some children who need treatment to improve binocular vision., During the test, some babies will be found to have abnormal hyperopia – a potential risk of developing “amblyopia”. If they are detected early, they can wear their eyes for prevention., Correction is too much and not as easy as general myopia correction. Special attention should be paid to reaching the best correction degree with the lowest degree. High myopia often cannot accept all correction degrees. 1 / 3 can be subtracted according to the examination results to make it more suitable for close-up work. Therefore, close vision must be seen during film test. If the correction is too much, it will cause artificial hyperopia, such as case: 10000 x ×, Male, 37 years old, primary lens R: 5 OODS⌒—2. OODC × 180°。 50: I. 5.00ds – 2.50dc × 180。 After wearing glasses for two years, his eyes often turn red, he is conscious of eyesight fatigue, often takes off his glasses when looking at near objects, and often suffers from wheat granuloma, which is ineffective after a variety of treatments. Empirical optical examination showed that both eyes were over corrected for 1.00ds, and the above ametropia symptoms did not occur after the diopter was reduced.,

tests the visual acuity of children under the age of 1 to know whether they will become myopia in the future, which is the result of long-term research by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology. The discovery of

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may lay a foundation for the prevention of myopia, and may help to solve a long debated problem, that is, whether children’s myopia is related to reading at the age of 5 or 6.

as early as 18 years ago, researchers conducted regular vision tests on 400 children from the first few months after birth. They found that the visual acuity of infants with glasses myopia under the age of 1 tends to be normal in the next 3-4 years, but they may develop into low myopia. Therefore, researchers believe that testing children’s vision within the age of 1 year can make the best test of whether they will suffer from myopia in the future.

however, the researchers say it is not known whether it can prevent or reduce the development of myopia in children. Nevertheless, visual acuity tests performed under the age of 1 year can identify some children who need treatment to improve binocular vision. During the test of

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, some babies will find abnormal hyperopia in their eyes – which lurks the risk of developing into “amblyopia”. If they are found early, they can wear eyes for prevention. The correction of

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is too much and not as good as that of general myopia correction. It is easy to be too much. Special attention should be paid to reaching the best correction degree with the lowest degree. High myopia often cannot accept all correction degrees. 1 / 3 can be subtracted according to the examination results to make it more suitable for close-up work. Therefore, close vision must be seen during film test. If the correction is too much, it will cause artificial hyperopia, such as case: 10000 x ×, Male, 37 years old, primary lens R: 5 OODS⌒—2. OODC × 180°。 50: I. 5.00ds – 2.50dc × 180。 After wearing glasses for two years, his eyes often turn red, he is conscious of eyesight fatigue, often takes off his glasses when looking at near objects, and often suffers from wheat granuloma, which is ineffective after a variety of treatments. Empirical optical examination found that both eyes were overcorrected for 1.00ds, and the above ametropic symptoms did not occur after the diopter was reduced.