Study researchers evaluated the potential of osmophobia in as a clinical diagnostic marker of migraine in children and adolescents.
An investigation reviews the connections between abnormalities in the limbal niche microenvironment and aniridia-associated keratopathy.
Nearly a quarter of parents do not feel confident that their young children are reaching the appropriate developmental milestones.
Corneal allergy complications in children can even lower their parents’ quality of life.
Total opioid prescriptions have decreased in patients under 25 years of age, but opioids remain commonly dispensed.
Ocular abnormalities were even seen in children who did not develop microcephaly.
Hispanic, American Indian, and Asian participants developed chalazion at higher rates than other groups, the report shows.
A higher risk for severe COVID-19 illness can be found among children with medical complexity and certain underlying conditions.
The surgical option may also lead to improved visual acuity after 1 year.
Incidence rates of pediatric cancers vary according to race and ethnicity.
The researchers’ goal was to describe the clinical characteristics and therapeutic options available to pediatric patients with cluster headache.
The study finds a similar rate of students with and without eyeglasses who fail school-based vision screenings.
Catch-up vaccinations for routine childhood and adolescent vaccinations are lagging behind after a decline during March to May 2020.
Researchers also provided troubleshooting advice for issues with multifocal lenses in these patients.
The researchers say in a 5-patient case study, none saw complications using their techniques.
A case study shows a 10-year-old who contracted COVID-19 developed an inflammatory condition in glands and muscles around his eye.
To determine if targeted antibiotics prevent community transmission of ocular strains of chlamydia that cause trachoma, investigators conducted a cluster-randomized trial.
Age and corneal thickness are complicating factors, according to the report.
Children and adolescents with involuntary psychiatric hospitalization are more likely to have a diagnosis of psychosis, substance misuse, or intellectual disability than those admitted voluntarily.
Researchers advocate for genetic screening of patients with risk factors.