High Myopia in Childhood

High myopia in childhood – the underlying syndromes

Half of children with high myopia have an underlying systemic condition: ophthalmology co-management, best optical corrections, parental education and eye health monitoring are crucial. It’s also important to offer myopia control strategies while also being aware of the limitations of the evidence base. This blog provides guidance on appropriate ocular health and optical management of children with more than 5-6D of myopia.

Which atropine dosage should I prescribe for myopia control?

The research information on using atropine for myopia control is evolving. Previous research indicated 0.01% atropine was best, but newer research says otherwise. In this clinical case, practitioners discuss treatment strategies, which are put in research context with clinical pearls for practice.