There are two strategies to consider for stopping atropine treatment.
A generally accepted definition of high myopia is needed.
Individual interventions may not result in the expected efficacy.
Practitioners offering myopia management need to know the effect a patient’s binocular vision status has on their management strategies.
Any myope should undoubtedly be managed in any regular primary care optometric practice.
The authors suggest the need for more rigorous clinical trials.
Combined interventions for myopia will potentially influence the standard of care.
Does planning extra time outdoors during the school day help?
It has been said that nearly one-third to one-half fail to comply with general medical advice and prescriptions.
A summary of the LAMP Study results
Axial elongation rate is faster in younger children undergoing ortho-k treatment.
When should one start atropine treatment for myopes?
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A recent meta-analysis looked at the effects of increased outdoor time.
Implicit in deciding when to initiate myopia management is monitoring pre-myopic patients who are at risk of developing myopia.
The exact role of genetic versus environmental components remains far from settled.
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