Gaurav Dubey1, Mahesh Chandra2, Ragni Kumari3*, Richa Jangra4 and Aysworya Mohapatra5 Suneel Kumar Dixit6
1Department of Optometry, UPUMS Saifai, Etawah, UP, India
2Department of Ophthalmology, Dr. Sushila Tewari Hospital and Govt. Medical College, Haldwani, Uttarakhand, India
3Department of Optometry, Era University, Lucknow India
4Department of Ophthalmology, Regional Institute of Ophthalmology, PGIMS, Rohtak, Haryana, India
5Laxmi Charitable Trust and Laxmi College of Optometry Panvel, Navi Mumbai, India
6Ahuja Eye and Dental Institute, Gurugram, India
*Corresponding Author: Ragni Kumari, Department of Optometry, Era University, Lucknow India.
Received: August 04,2020; Published: August 25, 2020
The inadequate convergence is a state where your eyes will not cooperate if you look at objects in the vicinity.
This disorder allows one eye to face out with the other eye, instead of inward, causing a double or blurred vision.
Insufficiency in fusion is normally diagnosed in children and teenagers in school age. It may cause reading problems, about which parents or teachers can believe the child is experiencing learning difficulties rather than an eye disease. Persons of all ages can be treated with convergence insufficiency after a stroke or traumatic brain injury.
Keywords: Eye Strain; Headache; Convergence Insufficiency; Double Vision; Eye Fatigue
Citation: Gaurav Dubey.,et al. “Deficit Convergence and Headache: The Invisible Facts”.Acta Scientific Ophthalmology 3.9 (2020): 36-39.
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