This course reviews factors to consider when prescribing for refractive errors in young children. Developmental aspects of hyperopia, astigmatism, myopia and anisometropia will be reviewed as they relate to the management of refractive errors. Prescribing guidelines based on patient age and visual findings will be provided. Audience interaction will be through polling for various cases.

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Ida Chung, OD



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