She volunteers and supports numerous organizations that promote women's issues, youth sports and public education. Sasaki, her husband, Ned, and their three sons, Matthew, Kevin and Will are all baseball fans. She enjoys baking, cooking, exploring new restaurants, traveling and sharing time with her family. Publications listing may include publications that are published by an author sharing the same name.Disclaimer: This search is powered by Pub Med, a service of the U. Memorial Care Health System is not affiliated with this third-party Website.The condition can be constantly present, or occur intermittently, and can give the affected individual a "cross-eyed" appearance. Esotropia is sometimes erroneously called "lazy eye", which describes the condition of amblyopia—a reduction in vision of one or both eyes that is not the result of any pathology of the eye and cannot be resolved by the use of corrective lenses.Amblyopia can, however, arise as a result of esotropia occurring in childhood: In order to relieve symptoms of diplopia or double vision, the child's brain will ignore or "suppress" the image from the esotropic eye, which when allowed to continue untreated will lead to the development of amblyopia.Developing cataracts will cause your sight to become cloudy and misty. Cataracts are treated by surgery, during which the cloudy lens is removed and replaced by an artificial lens. Cataract surgery removes your cloudy lens and replaces it with an artificial lens.
She has been Board Re-Certified and has stayed current with new advances in glaucoma surgery and microincisional cataract surgery. Sasaki has expertise with premium lens implants including toric, multi-focal and accommodating intraocular lens implants for patients who would like to reduce their dependence on glasses after cataract surgery. Irene Sasaki is dedicated to investing in our neighborhood and medical communities.This focusing power can be customized for your vision needs.At the Casey Eye Institute, we offer two types of cataract surgery: standard cataract surgery and refractive cataract surgery.Your doctor may ask if you prefer your vision without glasses to be better for distance, or better close up.The doctor can then select the right IOL for your eye.Someone with esotropia will squint with either the right or the left eye but never with both eyes simultaneously.