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Articles from your eye care physicians at New England Eye Center:
The Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Service is located in the same office as the Electrophysiology Service, which measures vision in preverbal children using visual evoked potentials and preferential looking techniques.
Pediatric patients with cataracts, glaucoma, corneal and retinal disorders are provided a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services in conjunction with other New England
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Welcome to Straight Talk, the information source relating to children with crossed eyes and other ocular conditions.
Straight Talk was originally published as a newsletter by the New England Eye Center in the 1990s. After a hiatus of many years, we are bringing Straight Talk back – now as online articles here at the New England Eye Center Web site.
The articles are written by the faculty and staff of New England Eye Center. Straight Talk is intended for parents, pediatricians, and anyone else interested in children's eye conditions.
We welcome suggestions for topics, and any questions you might have. Please let us know by emailing me.
David Reese, MD