Convergent Strabismus
    January 3, 2003
    Convergent Strabismus

    Dr. Greene`s Answer: Strabismus is quite common in children, affecting about 1 in 25 kids. Convergent strabismus or esotropia is a condition where the eyes turn slightly in. Often convergent strabismu…

    Stye
    November 3, 2002
    Stye: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Related concepts: Hordeolum Introduction to stye: A stye looks like nothing more than an irritating bump on the eyelid. And this is usually true. But untreated styes occasionally spread and become ser…

    Treatment of Amblyopia
    March 19, 2002
    Treatment of Amblyopia

    Eye patches have long been a standard treatment for amblyopia, or lazy eye. But children and parents alike have a tough time following through. Even if the child is initially enthusiastic about lookin…

    Photoscreening to Test the Vision of Babies, Toddlers, and Children with Developmental Delays
    March 13, 2002
    Photoscreening to Test the Vision of Babies, Toddlers, and Children with Developmental Delays

    Cover one eye, and read these letters…  Testing the vision of babies, toddlers, and children with developmental delays can be difficult and inaccurate. It’s also important! Strabismus (eyes that …

    Bacterial Conjunctivitis Treatment
    April 11, 2001
    Bacterial Conjunctivitis Treatment

    Dr.Greene's Answer: Conjunctivitis is a broad term that means inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye. Bacteria, viruses, allergens, irritants, or toxins can cause it. Viral conjunctivitis is commo…

    Fast Facts about Sun and our Eyes
    March 17, 1997
    Fast Facts about Sun and our Eyes

    One of the great wonders of the human body is the ability of damaged cells to be repaired or replaced. Red blood cells, for instance, live for about 120 days. Each day, about 1% of your red blood cell…