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Describes the nature of a clinical study. Types include:
This study is being done to:
- Assess what children with different eye conditions experience in everyday life
- Improve our understanding of the difficulties that children with eye problems experience
- Improve reporting of how parents see their child’s eye condition affecting them
- Assess what parents of children with different eye conditions experience in their own everyday life
- Improve the way we assess the benefits of treatment
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Open for enrollment
The purpose of this study is to compare spectacles with relieving prism to spectacles without prism to determine whether to proceed to a full-scale, longer-term randomized trial. This decision will be based primarily on assessing the initial (8-week) response to prism by comparing treatment groups on the following outcomes:
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