A clinical examination is very important for correct clinical diagnosis of your child’s condition. What was the indication of getting EEG done? EEG will help in detecting any abnormal epileptic discharge with or without clinical seizure or convulsion. A 6-month-old should be able to focus on both distant and near objects. Vision abnormalities can be due to several causes, such as birth injuries, heredity, faulty muscle attachments, excessive farsightedness, or body illnesses. Your child should have an eye examination to detect any eye problems, and evaluate his eye teaming and alignment. You should consult his attending Pediatrician and discuss the EEG results. Visit a Pediatric ophthalmologist for complete eye examination. Keep me posted.
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