Managing a teenager with very high myopia

In this case study of a teenager with around 15D of myopia and moderate astigmatism, discussion included ocular and systemic health, contact lens options and whether myopia control is necessary.

Retinal detachment in children

Retinal detachment is not a condition which only affects adults. This case of a 12-year-old high myope with an asymptomatic retinal detachment and hole forms the basis for discussion of factors, frequency of types and treatment outcomes in childhood retinal detachment. The myopia control strategy is also discussed.

managing treating high myopia

How should we manage high myopia?

Children, teens and adults with high myopia need special consideration of not just myopia control, but the best type of myopia correction and the importance of ocular health management. Do high myopes progress more quickly? What are the risks and management options?