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what is Hyperopia?
farsightedness
What causes accommodative esotropia?
Caused by hyperopia
Average age of onset for accommodative esotropia?
2.5 yrs
Average age of onset for exotropia?
2.5 yrs
What is amblyopia?
Poor vision in one eye from lack of use
When concerned about esotropia, do you have child look at something near or far?
Near—all esotropia is present when looking at a near object
When concerned about exotropia, do you have child look at something near or far?
Far
How does one test for infantile esotropia?
Corneal light reflex test
How does one test for esotropia in preverbal children?
Cover test
What is the indication for optometry referral for a 4-5 year old?
20/30 or poorer, any difference between eyes
What is the indication for optometry referral for a 3-4 year old?
20/40 or poorer, any difference between eyes
When is myopia most common?
Age 8 until growth stops
Should a child’s vision be checked near or far?
Far—if vision is poor it will be detected
What is the most frequent abnormality that causes head tilt?
Weakness of CN IV (innervating the superior oblique muscle)