UI study finds 'lazy eye' can be detected as early as age 1

UI study finds 'lazy eye' can be detected as early as age 1

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Close up of a human eye

Susannah Longmuir with UI Health Care says that the goal of a recently published study is to identify children with amblyopia, sometimes called lazy eye, as young as possible so that they can start treatment before they have an eye problem or it gets worse.

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