Medicine, Health & Food

Medicine, Health & Food

Infant’s sight and vision with eye disorders paying attention

Pages: 4  ,  Volume: 13  ,  Issue: 1 , September   2018
Received: 04 Oct 2018  ,  Published: 07 October 2018
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Authors

# Author Name
1 Duong Dieu

Abstract

When a baby is born, baby’s open eyes are contacted with you in the first time, it is a greatest moments. In the first week of life, infants do not see much details, look first in the world is not clear and unique in the shades of gray. The visual system of a newborn takes some years to develop. Knowing the milestones that develop the vision as well as abnormal eye signs is what you can do to help your baby. It can ensure your child is properly seen and fully enjoying their world. The pediatrician /ophthalmologist/heath care staffs will check your infant’s vision to monitor these changes and make sure their vision is developing as it should. Knowing what to expect can help you watch and enjoy your child’s visual development. This article will review the basic sight, vision of a baby from birth to 1 year old with some eye disorders needing to pay attention.

Keywords

  • infant’s sight and vision
  • strabismus
  • retinopathy of prematurity
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