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Measure: Eye Diseases and Treatment in Young Children   #110400

Definition: Questions to assess various eye diseases and treatments in very young children

Purpose: A variety of eye diseases in the newborn may have life-long implications associated with visual function and ocular health. The presence of structural ocular defects in the newborn are often due to inherited ocular and/or syndromic conditions, but may also be due to environmental factors (e.g. intrauterine viruses which may cause neonatal cataracts).


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Current Age

Vision Problems

Keywords: Ocular, Eye disease, Treatment of eye disease, Family history of eye disease, Multi-Ethnic Pediatric Eye Disease Study, MEPEDS, Baltimore Pediatric Eye Disease Study, BPEDS, Strabismus, Amblyopia, Myopia, Eye patching, Infants, Children

Measure Release Date: February 26, 2010

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