The onset of strabismus complications exemplifies the foremost role of contributing factors associated with the Parental History in children’s

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https://doi.org/10.7324/jhsr.2023.814

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Strabismus, Children, Disorders, Vision

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The Strabismus instigates irreversible loss of vision if it is not treated properly. The information concerning the responsible factors behind the development of strabismus complications is usually found unclear and less investigated. Such circumstances forced the authors to determine the probable contributing factors associated with the same. The mean age of the children was reported to be 5.2. Among the whole population, 53.4 % of the children’s had the age of 6, while 10.8% and 12.8 % were reported for children’s having the age of 4 and 5 respectively. Data concerning the strabismus complications with special inference on the history, screen time of the patient, outdoor activity/playtime, and visual acuity status information was gained from either subject’s accompanying guardian or parent. The Crosstabulation and Pearson Chi-Square test to find out the link between variables towards the strabismus complications was done by using the MS Office 2019 and SPSS 27.0.0.  The link between major complaints found among the participants towards the parental history (X2 = 611.023; df=280; P?<?0.05) has been verified, justifying the prominent role of parental history in developing eye complications in the children under the age of 10. In addition to this, the probable role of playtime, screen time, along with outdoor activity in children with special inference on the strabismus complications has also been verified. The finding of this investigation proposed to represent a candidate that can be used to develop a strategy to diagnose and rectify strabismus incidence in children.

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2022-11-25
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Shakeeb A, Naveen H Simon. The onset of strabismus complications exemplifies the foremost role of contributing factors associated with the Parental History in children’s . J Health Sci Res [Internet]. 2022Nov.25 [cited 2023Jan.27];:19-25. Available from: https://jhsronline.com/index.php/jhsr/article/view/162

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