Commonly referred to as "lazy eye," amblyopia is a term used to denote poor vision in an eye that is not caused by any discoverable pathologic condition. This condition is also sometimes referred to as "Amblyopia ex anopsia" or amblyopia from disuse. If vision is less than that of the other eye, it may be clinically diagnosed as Amblyopia. Amblyopia is a condition in which visual acuity is reduced and not completely correctable by refractive methods.
Poor vision in one or both eyes; crossing of one eye toward or away from the nose.
Will be tailored to each case, but can include one or more of the following.