Pediatric Ophthalmology

12/08/2021

What is what: lazy eye or strabismus?

There are two visual disturbances that usually occur during childhood and are often confused or misunderstood. They are amblyopia, better known as “lazy eye”, and strabismus. We explain what each one is, how to differentiate between them and what is the most appropriate treatment in each case.

17/11/2020

How do our eyes grow?

Our eyes grow throughout our lives, especially in the first two years of life and during puberty.
In this article we show you the temporal evolution of the eyes and the most common pathologies in each stage of life.

19/02/2020

5 tips for choosing glasses for your children

Our Optometry Department clears up how to choose glasses for your children, what characteristics they should have, how the frame should be or which lenses are the most suitable.

01/10/2019

Dr. Rocío Rodríguez participates in the 95th Congress of the Spanish Society of Ophthalmology

Dr. Rodríguez, head of the Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology, defended the free communication entitled “Keratoconjunctivitis, an alternative treatment”.

05/07/2019

The use of screens by children under 5 years can be harmful for their development

Every time more children use mobile phones or computers to play. Although in some cases they can be used for educational purposes, excessive use from an early age has been associated with difficulties in development, obesity, sleeping problems and the correct development of vision. In this sense, the World Health Organization (WHO) recently published an […]

06/06/2019

Dr. Rocío Rodríguez participated in the XXXIV Pan American Congress of Ophthalmology

The XXXIV Pan American Congress of Ophthalmology was held from May 25 to 28 in Cancun (Mexico). Dr. Rocío Rodríguez, responsible of the Pediatric Ophthalmology Departament and the Eye Motility and Strabismus Unit, participated as a guest lecturer.  This event aims to update attendees with the latest ophthalmological techniques of each specialty, through a program […]

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