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Hi, folks. My six months old baby has been diagnosed with accommodative esotropia. I don’t know many details about the disease, but I would like to know if this disease can show progress in time. Can anyone tell me something more about this? I would appreciate it. Thank you in advance.

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Hello to you too. Accommodative esotropia usually affects kids with farsightedness. It appears usually around age of 2. Your kid is very young when we talk about this. An eye muscle surgery is recommended here. I am not sure whether this disease is progressive. However, if you leave it untreated, then your kid will definitely have problems with vision development. You should consult a pediatric ophthalmologist. I hope you will find a solution. Bye!
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