Possibilities of bioresonance therapy in the treatment of amblyopia
AUTHORS : Malinovskaya T.A. | Tarakanovsky A.V. | Ivanov A.N.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Federal State Budgetary Institution “Helmholtz Moscow Research Institute of Eye Diseases”, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2019 | Category : Method of Treatment
Amblyopia, or “lazy eye”, is a form of visual impairment of various origins, the cause of which, as a rule, is not organic, but functional disorders of the visual analyzer . For example, amblyopia complicates strabismus in 60–65% of mowing children, much more often with monolateral strabismus, less often with divergent concomitant strabismus. However, the mechanism of its development is not well understood.
Many believe that the higher departments of the central nervous system are involved in the occurrence of amblyopia. There is also a congenital form of amblyopia.