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Lazy eye

Lazy eye

Lazy eye is a condition where the vision inn one eye has not developed completely. This is very common in children, and the child can often only see clearly out of one eye. In a lazy eye, the connections from the brain to the eye malfunctions and leads to reduction in the amount of light that enters the eye, and results in poor focus in the affected eye and confusion. Underlying conditions are usually treated first.

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