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STBMstrabismus (gene)
STBMSimchat Torah Beit Midrash
STBMSucks to Be Me
STBMsyncytiotrophoblast microparticles
STBMSeminiferous Tubule Basement Membrane
STBMShaft-to-Bore Misalignment
STBMsyncytiotrophoblast microvillous membrane
STBMSelf-Tuning Boyer-Moore (string search)
STBMSmart Tunnel Boring Machine
STBMSet Top/Bottom Margins
STBMstate-transition-based method
STBMSturgill Turner Barker Moloney (Lexington, Kentucky)
STBMSystem Test and Boot Master
StBMStandard Bacterial Mutation
STBMSouthern Tier Bassmasters (Little Genesee, NY)
STBMScience, Techonology & Biomedicine Month
STBMSeam To Be Mined
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Other less frequent causes were A-V pattern strabismus, comitant strabismus, thyroid orbitopathy and third cranial nerve palsy.
Strabismus is a situation that bares with binocular vision because it interferes an animal from directing both eyes at the same time towards the same fixation point; the eyes do not fairly align with each other.
KEY WORDS: Eyeglasses, Strabismus, Vision disorders, Vision screening, Visual acuity.
These visual impairment disorders include retinitis pigmentosa, keratoconus, cataract, nystagmus, astigmatism, glaucoma, microphthalmia, anophthalmia, strabismus and myopia.
Strabismus is a condition that interferes with binocular vision because it prevents a person from directing both eyes simultaneously towards the same fixation point-- the eyes do not properly align with each other.
If strabismus is diagnosed before the age of seven, treatment using glasses and sometimes patching of the good eye can prevent the risk of permanent changes to sight.
The Nexcare Sensitive Skin Eye Patch is available in two sizes, junior and regular, and is ideal for treating amblyopia (lazy eye) and strabismus (crossed eyes), as a part of a doctor's recommended treatment plan, say officials.
Preschoolaged children need screening for early detection of vision problems, particularly refractive error (vision problems requiring glasses), amblyopia ("lazy eye") and strabismus (a disorder of eye alignment), Medical Xpress reported.
Coverage encompasses genetics, optics and refraction, refractive surgery, cornea and ocular surface diseases, the lens, retina and vitreous, uveitis and other intraocular inflammations, tumors, neuro-ophthalmology, glaucoma, pediatric and adult strabismus, and orbit and oculoplastics.