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Uncorrectable blurred vision due to the disuse of one eye.
A doctor may prescribe glasses and/or patching therapy to attempt to restore vision in the weak eye. If left untreated, amblyopia can result in permanent vision loss. Amblyopia is commonly referred to as "lazy eye." Learn more.
A condition in which an eye does not have its natural lens. Vision can usually be corrected using contact lenses. Learn more.
A bump on the eyelid caused by an inflamed oil gland. Chalazion is commonly known as a "sty." Learn more.
An inflammation of the outside lining of the eye. Usually caused by bacteria, virus or allergies. Conjunctivitis is commonly known as "pink eye." Learn more.
Open globe or eyelid injuries such as lacerations that require emergency repair.
Cancer of the retina (internal layer of the eye). Found almost exclusively in infants and young children. Learn more.
The Ophthalmology Division at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center recommends the following listing of websites for more information about eye health:
Contact the Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology via our online form or call 513-636-4751.
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