Amblyopia forms the basis for many pediatric ophthalmic clinical diseases and subsequent visual rehabilitation. However, treatment can be exceedingly daunting. Both parents and children require a great deal of moral support and cajoling. Often, various types of treatment must be substituted to gain the compliance of these children and their families. When properly prescribed and followed, occlusive amblyopic therapy can convert a relatively non-seeing eye into one with remarkably good acuity.
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