STRABISMUS IN THE PERIOD OF EARLY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Authors

  • Saša Krasnić
  • Dženana Radžo Alibegović

Keywords:

esotropia, exotropia, amblyopia.

Abstract

A sensorimotor disorder characterized by a deviation from the parallel position of the eyes is called strabismus, strabismus or strabismus. Strabismus can be non-paralytic, then paralytic (they appear at any age), and concomitant strabismus, the peculiarity of which is that they appear in childhood and are found in 4-6% of the total population. Long-term treatment is required, and it consists of pleoptic methods that include occlusion and exercises for amblyopia, which treat low vision and other sensory complications, and orthoptic methods that refer to: glasses, occlusions, prisms, which establish and maintain the parallelism of the visual axes. After exhaustive conservative treatment, the operative procedure is started. Experience thus far indicates that it is necessary to change and introduce new methods appropriate to the age of a child and the stage to which the treatment has progressed.

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Published

2023-12-27

How to Cite

Saša Krasnić, & Dženana Radžo Alibegović. (2023). STRABISMUS IN THE PERIOD OF EARLY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. Research in Education and Rehabilitation, 6(2), 217–224. Retrieved from https://rer.ba/index.php/rer/article/view/150
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