Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Headaches may be associated with binocular visual, accommodative insufficiency in children

Headaches may be associated with binocular visual, accommodative insufficiency in children

".......Only 7.5% of children with normal visual function reported headaches at least “fairly often” as compared to 21.4% of children with a binocular vision disorder or an accommodative insufficiency, the poster said. Another 25.5% of children with disorder reported “sometimes” experiencing headaches with near work vs. only 15% of children with normal vision function......"

Comments: Headaches ARE associated with BV problems....at least as a clinician, this is what we often encounter in practice! DM


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