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Vision Screening in Kids – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Healthy eyes and good vision play a vital role in your child’s learning and development. Hence, it is important to have a vision screening done for your kids. The first eye checkup happens in birth by the pediatrician...

Prematurity – Dr. Praveen Venkatagiri and Dr. Adarsh Somashekar

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Praveen, let us discuss today what a premature baby goes through when it is admitted into our neonatal unit? Most newborns are healthy. However, some newborns do need intensive care which is called as neonatal intens...

Retinopathy prematurity – Dr. Praveen Venkatagiri

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Hello, I am Praveen a neonatologist at NCRI Neonatal Network. Today I am going to talk about a condition called retinopathy of prematurity or in short ROP. Retina is the back part of the eye containing  a clear tissue...

Baby Walkers – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Baby Walker Walking Walking is a normal developmental milestone that is achieved after the baby has learned to sit, crawl and stand. Your baby will walk without support anywhere between 12-18 months of age. It is a ...

Separation Anxiety – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Now, what do we do when a child has separation anxiety? Parents need to understand that it is a normal, temporary phase of development. Not to be overly concerned, yet to be sensitive while handling this child. It is ...

Lazy Eye – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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What is Amblyopia? Lazy eye, known as Amblyopia, in medical terms is a common eye condition seen primarily in children causing poor vision in one or both eyes. An underdevelopment in the visual pathway can result in ...

Dark under Eye Circles – Dr. Kirthi Vidyasagar

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Introduction Dark under eye circles are a common occurrence in adults, but not unheard of in children. The common causes in adults like fatigue, decreased sleep and ageing do not apply to children. When seen in child...