Squint Treatment Is Accompanied By Cataracts At The Age Of 18 Years?
I am 18 years old. my right eye developed cataracts as well as a congenital squint when I was born. Can it still be cured ??
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Cross-eyed is a condition where the two eyes are not aligned and look in different directions. In medical language, squint is also called strabismus, this is due to impaired coordination of the muscles that move the eyeball. This allows one eye to look forward, while the other eye may look up, down or side.
The cause of the squint condition is not yet known with certainty, in some cases occurred from birth, there are some other cases occur when the patient is an adult, but people with squint also have other family members who experience the same thing. Triggers from crossed eyes can be due to problems with:
refractive eye disorders: nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism. eye disorders: cataracts, retinoblastoma eye cancer, eye injuries brain disorders: head injuries, strokes, brain paralysis resulting from other diseases: diabetes, grave disease, botulism In addition to the eyes that are not aligned when they see, symptoms of strabismus can appear as both eyes do not move together, must tilt the head when seeing something, often blink / squint especially in the sun, blurred or double vision, frequent headaches, decreased perception / estimate of distance Sometimes a squint can cause the ability of vision of one eye to go down or lazy eye (amblyopia), but sometimes the opposite occurs ie amblyopia can also result in squinting.
In the selection of treatment from the squint, of course adjusted for the cause and severity experienced. Some possible squint treatment options include:
blindfold, applies to crossed eyes due to amblyopia or lazy eye. It is intended that the muscles that move the weak eyeball are accustomed to work harder. glasses, apply to eye squints due to eye refractive disorders such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism eye drops eye exercises, serves to provide special training on the muscles that control the movement of injecting eye botox to healthy eye muscles, with the aim to weaken stronger eye muscles, so that it can train weak eye muscles surgery. Our advice for you at this time is that you should consult directly with an ophthalmologist so that he can analyze the cause of your present eye condition, by conducting a complete examination consisting of medical interviews, physical examinations, especially on the eyes such as:
corneal reflex light test retinal test eye vision examination closed and open eye test Thus we can convey, hopefully useful for you. Thanks.