It is presented to evaluate binocular vision of children (n=120) from 3 to 6 years old. These children have manifested concomitant convergent strabismus. This contingent of patients was divided into 4 clinical groups according to risk factors of the development of binocular vision and 1 control group. All of the group patients underwent complex treatment. According to the result of the analysis, the development of binocular vision is interrupted by severe amblyopia and convergent strabismus with a vertical component. Working together of both eyes as a team is less hindered by strabismus, which is developed before the age of 6 months and late treatment.
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