Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly
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Response pattern asymmetry of binocular vision vertical fusion amplitudes in a normal population.
These results are intriguing and bear further investigation. Possible explanations my be asymmetry of orbital anatomy or functional asymmetry of either muscular or neuronal origin. They do not appear to be due to the relative ocular dominance. Inherent VFA asymmetry should therefore be considered in...
Relative scotomata in the "normal" eye of functionally amblyopic patients. A scanning laser ophthalmoscope (SLO) micreperimetric study.
To evaluate amblyopic patients with scanning laser ophthalmoscope (SLO) microperimetry to determine whether SLO assessment and data might provide useful information in our understanding of amblyopia and determine its utility in the evaluation of amblyopic patients. In this retrospective case series,...
Eight eye muscle surgical treatment in a patient with acquired nystagmus and strabismus: a case report.
These results suggest that surgery for acquired nystagmus can affect an improvement in the characteristics of the nystagmus that result in visual complaints. Combining "nystagmus surgery" plus strabismus surgery may be a viable option in some adult patients with acquired nystagmus who are unresponsi...
Intermittent exotropia with high AC/A ratio: is it a bane to surgical cure? Some facts and fictions of the two clinical tests: occlusion of ...
To review the multiple factors in intermittent exotropia (X(T)) responsible for the discrepancy between the distance and near deviations; to challenge the classification of X(T) into types according to the two standard clinical tests of occlusion of one eye and the use of +3.00 D spherical lenses at...
Strabology Report of the 25th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. The Westin Harbour Cast...
It's time to doctor our approach to vision screening.
Can managed care ever make us happy? Reprinted with permission of the Wall Street Journal 1998, Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserve...
Botulinum toxin chemodenervation of the inferior oblique muscle for chronic and acute IV nerve palsies: results in 15 cases.
Tchebysheff! Yet another reason you should NOT use "statistical significance" = a probability < or = .05.
Topical steroids not 'standard of care'.