What should I do for adults with strabismus and amblyopia? _Industry News_
Adult strabismus amblyopia generally refers to people over the age of 18 with strabismus amblyopia. Strabismus is generally caused by the overaccommodation of the farsighted eye, and because strabismus sees with one eye, it is easy for the other eye to stop developing. Let's take a look at what to do with adult strabismus. General adult strabismus will have amblyopia. The use of glasses can correct vision. From the current point of view, in addition to the accommodative esotropia caused by the hyperaccommodation and excessive vergence of the hyperopic eye, the strabismus can be corrected by wearing glasses. If the strabismus is non-accommodative esotropia, amblyopia should be treated first, and those with hyperopia above 3D need to be treated with glasses. When the treatment for amblyopia is complete, surgery can be used to treat strabismus. Strabismus surgery is generally performed by weakening the medial rectus muscle in both eyes or by performing retraction of the medial rectus muscle and shortening of the lateral rectus muscle on the same eye. This is because the movement of the eyeball and the tail of the eye are controlled by the extraocular muscles, and the strabismus surgery is the operation of the extraocular muscles, which does not involve the optic nerve and intraocular tissues. After strabismus surgery, it is beneficial to maintain the orthotropy of the eyeball, and the orthotropy of the eyeball can make some people with strabismus return to normal or a certain degree of stereopsis. The conservative method of strabismus and amblyopia and training therapy are used. When the effect is ineffective, surgical methods can be used. Surgical treatment, removal of the muscle that is too strong, can restore the eye muscles to normal and coordinated. Of course, each person's strabismus amblyopia is also different to a certain extent, and the specific treatment method also needs to be checked to determine.