Twelve patients with either unilateral or bilateral juvenile glaucoma underwent standard amblyopia management for the treatment of suspected functional amblyopia secondary to their glaucoma. Despite the presence of glaucomatous cupping or corneal changes, the amblyopia therapy was successful in ten patients.
Public Health Glaucoma Successful Treatment Amblyopia Corneal Change
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