Younger Children May Respond Better To Amblyopia Treatment

MedPage Today  (7/11, Walsh) reported, “Younger children with amblyopia respond better to treatment than do their older peers,” according to a meta-analysis  published online July 11 in the Archives of Ophthalmology. After examining data on some 996 children, researchers found that youngsters “younger than seven had significantly greater improvements for both moderate (P<0.04) and severe (P<0.001) amblyopia thanContinue reading “Younger Children May Respond Better To Amblyopia Treatment”