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When a child has a vision disorder, it is important to be attentive to the signs as children find it difficult to express that their vision capacity is reduced.
How to detect that the child has astigmatism? It is very common for this disorder to go unnoticed because children cannot compare their current vision capacity with the correct one.
Astigmatism is a vision disorder that occurs due to the shape of the eye. Sometimes it is not completely oval and is a little more flattened in one area than another.
- When children grow up and have to put into practice skills such as reading or writing, it is when they realize that, for example, they do not see the things written on the board.
- In addition, parents can begin to observe winks of the eyes or even that they twist their heads to try to find the area or the way with which they can see better.
- In cases of high astigmatism graduations, children can even have very strong headaches that are totally caused by these uncorrected astigmatisms.
- Other symptoms are itchy eyes or seeing the child with red eyes when it is not a case of conjunctivitis.
The early diagnosis of astigmatism in children is very important and for this the specialists do tests such as corneal topography, which indicates the shape of the eye.
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