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11-Sep-2016 13:57

Congenital esotropia (also known as) is usually detected during the first six months of life.

Infants with esotropia are otherwise developmentally and neurologically normal.

As the internal muscles of the eye contract during periods of reading, the visual portion of the lens is moved forward shifting ones’ focus to the near tasks.

Currently, the first and only FDA approved accommodating IOL is the Crystalens.

A noticeable crossing of the eyes is usually the primary sign.

However, after removing the glasses, the crossing will reappear, perhaps even more than before your child began wearing glasses.

Accommodation is the powerful force that allows the eyes to focus.

When we accommodate on a close target, this powerful focusing force also activates convergence, or turning inward of the eyes to look at or be aligned upon nearby objects.

Not every patient is a good candidate for the presbyopic intraocular lenses.

Your physician will discuss with you the appropriateness of these based on your individual visual needs and on your eye examination. Accommodating IOLs are also designed to provide a continuous range of vision for distance, intermediate, and near, eliminating or reducing patients’ dependence on reading glasses or bifocals.

However, after removing the glasses, the crossing will reappear, perhaps even more than before your child began wearing glasses.

Accommodation is the powerful force that allows the eyes to focus.

When we accommodate on a close target, this powerful focusing force also activates convergence, or turning inward of the eyes to look at or be aligned upon nearby objects.

Not every patient is a good candidate for the presbyopic intraocular lenses.

Your physician will discuss with you the appropriateness of these based on your individual visual needs and on your eye examination. Accommodating IOLs are also designed to provide a continuous range of vision for distance, intermediate, and near, eliminating or reducing patients’ dependence on reading glasses or bifocals.

As time passes the problem typically worsens causing the eyes to cross more often.