Children Seen by a Pediatric OphthalmologistChildren with known or suspected congenital, infantile, juvenile or secondary glaucoma.
Children with congenital or early onset strabismus or nystagmus, or children with risk factors for strabismus or suspected strabismus; examples:
Family history of amblyopia, unequal refractive error and/or strabismus; examples:
Children with risk factors for amblyopia or known amblyopia; examples:
Reigger's Anomaly :
Children with or with family history of congenital systemic syndromes with possible ocular involvement; examples:
Children with or family history of other systemic syndromes; examples:
Children with or family history of known or suspected chromosomal abnormalities; example:
Children with or family history of known or systemic metabolic disorders; examples:
Children who were initially low birth weight premature or who have known Retinopathy of Prematurity.
Infants or children with exposure during gestation to drugs or other substances known or suspected to cause congenital anomalies, including alcohol.
Children with suspected child abuse.
Infants and young children with known or suspected poor vision or delayed attainment of vision-related developmental milestones.
Infants and young children with suspected significant refractive errors or a strong family history of significant refractive errors.
Children with ocular inflammation not responding to initial topical antibiotic therapy, or not clearing within one week. Children with suspected Herpes simplex or zoster infections, or past history of these infections.
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