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abnormal acuity when obtainable age three amblyopia anesthesia aphakia Appendix Appropriate Treatments astigmatism birth blind cause central visual function chart child clinical Condition is Suspected congenital cataract cornea corneal ulcer Definition develop diagnosis diopters disease dyslexia esotropia evaluation Examination Techniques Examine if Condition Eye Hospital eyeball fibroplasia foreign body glaucoma Guidelines for Detection heterotropia hyperopia hyphema infants intraocular pressure Jefferson Medical College lens Light sensitivity mologist months newborn normal nystagmus ocular examination ophthalmia neonatorum ophthalmic ophthalmoscopy optical optometrist orbital parent or guardian pediatric ophthalmologist pediatrician percent performed Philadelphia physician preferably present primary dyslexia problem professor of ophthalmology Provide Continuing ptosis random dot stereograms reading refractive error response retinal detachment retinal tumors retinopathy of prematurity Significance Signs and Symptoms Slit lamp specific stereopsis strabismus surgery Symptoms Suggesting Condition systemic therapy tion trauma treated Urgency of Examination usually uveitis visual acuity visual function screening weeks