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Results--A Randomized Trial Comparing Part-time Versus Minimal-time Patching for Moderate Amblyopia (Two v. Six)

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Child's Eye Exam - Lenses placed in a trial frame help determine eyeglass prescription.

Description: In addition to patching the eye, one hour of “near” work, or close-up work, such as coloring, is part of the treatment for amblyopia.

Credit: National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health

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Child with eye patch.

Description: Child with eye patch.

Credit: National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health

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Child's Eye Exam - Lenses placed in a trial frame help determine eyeglass prescription.

Description: Child's Eye Exam - Lenses placed in a trial frame help determine eyeglass prescription.

Credit: National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health

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Child taking an eye exam

Description: Child's Eye Exam - An eye care professional uses a prism to check for strabismus, a childhood eye disorder that affects the eye muscles.

Credit: National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health

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Child taking an eye exam

Description: Child’s eye exam - After the eyes are dilated, an indirect ophthalmoscope provides the eye care professional with a wider view of the retina.

Credit: Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins University

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