2 edition of Diseases of children"s eyes found in the catalog.
Diseases of children"s eyes
James Hamilton Doggart
Previous ed.: 1947.
|Statement||by James Hamilton Doggart.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 304p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Doggart, James Hamilton. Diseases of children's eyes. Louis: Mosby, (OCoLC) Document Type. Strabismus (misaligned or crossed eyes) happens in about 4 percent (4 out of ) children.
One eye may look straight ahead while the other turns in, out, up or down. Strabismus needs to be treated as soon as possible. A child with strabismus.
The off-center light reflection seen during an eye exam is a common sign of misaligned eyes. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of o results for Books: Children's Books: Growing Up & Facts of Life: Health: Diseases.
Eye Diseases & Conditions Prevent Blindness provides information on a wide range of eye diseases and eye problems in adults and children to help you find what you need to. The text discusses allergies, venereal disease, and accidents that can occur in childhood such as burns, scalds, lead or iron poisoning.
This book is suitable for pediatricians, general practitioners, medical students, and parents who are interested in obtaining information about childhood diseases.
The term childhood disease refers to disease that is contracted or becomes symptomatic before the age of 18 or 21 years old. Many of these diseases can also be contracted by adults.
Some childhood diseases include: Diseases from three year to five years. There are many different eye conditions and diseases that can affect a child's vision. If an eye condition is suspected or if a child fails a vision screening, he or she should be referred to a pediatric ophthalmologist to further evaluation and diagnosis.
Early detection and treatment is so important t o avoid life long visua l impairment s. Some of the more common eye disorders and eye. Vision plays an important role in children’s physical, cognitive, and social development.
More than one in five preschool-age children enrolled in Head Start have a vision disorder. Uncorrected vision problems can impair child development, interfere with learning, and even lead to permanent vision loss; early detection and treatment are critical.
The disease again assumed the malignant type, and this child died, despite all that could be done. Appears in 11 books from Page 49 - The tendency of the disease in children. The function of our eyes is to allow us to see the objects in our surroundings at variable distances and under various conditions of lights.
This function is achieved by a very complex arrangement of layers and structures found in the eye. In addition, two pockets of transparent fluid — the aqueous and vitreous humors — nourish eye tissues and help maintain constant eye shape.
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Kidney disease can affect children in various ways, ranging from treatable disorders without long-term consequences to life-threatening conditions. Acute kidney disease develops suddenly, lasts a short time, and can be serious with long-lasting consequences or may go away completely once the underlying cause has been treated.
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Another school-based screening for ocular abnormalities and. The first part deals with conditions affecting the orbit, lids, and external eye, and the second focuses on diseases of structures within the eyeball, or globe.
Later sections deal with injuries, ocular conditions associated with systemic disease, disorders of vision, methods of examining the eye, and devices for correcting visual defects. It may also be caused by a loss of visual field, where the eye cannot see as wide an area as usual without moving the eyes or turning the head.
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Eye focusing allows the child to easily maintain clear vision over time like when reading a book or writing a report. Eye tracking —the ability to keep the eyes on target when looking from one object to another, moving the eyes along a printed page or .According to the U.S.
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This highly anticipated new edition brings together an expert group of authors to provide a comprehensive, systematic sourcebook on genetic diseases of the eye.
Each chapter emphasizes the clinical aspects of disease, tying them to the underlying molecular mechanisms and outlining current therapy.