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Childhood vision problems often misdiagnosed

Many experts in the field of optometry believe that a lot of children diagnosed with learning disabilities or ADHD may in fact have been misdiagnosed. Their problems may be related to their vision and this is often a treatable condition. The fact that a child has 20-20 vision does not mean that they do not have vision problems.

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About: Childhood vision problems often misdiagnosed

Date: 21 October 2004


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