A M Vodovozov

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
Examinations of the fundus oculi in red-free polarized light, carried out in 19 patients (12 with albinism and 7 with the albinotic type of the fundus oculi) have revealed for the first time a peculiar ring-like figure. Since there is no evidence that this figure is formed by retinal folds, the authors suppose that it may result from light wave(More)
The state of oculomotor muscles in vertical deviation has been studied by means of polarioptic method. A control group included 62 healthy persons, of them 24 (48 eyes) with orthophoria, 19 (38 eyes) with esophoria and 19 (38 eyes) with exophoria. A group of patients with vertical deviation included 39 (78 eyes) with concomitant convergent squint with a(More)
Examination of ocular constant potentials and darkness adaptation in the patients taking glycerol ascorbate has revealed that this hypotensive agent depressed the constant potentials in normal subjects, this manifesting by a drastic reduction of its darkness and light reaction. Simultaneous studies of darkness adaptation have shown it to be but slightly(More)
A simple method for automonitoring the visual field nasal border is suggested, fit for screening examinations as well. It consists in successive putting of one, two, or four fingers to the bridge of the nose. In a reference group of normal subjects putting one finger to the bridge of the nose induced narrowing of the nasal border of the visual field by 17(More)
The proposed classification resulted from many years of studying the light reflexes and their clinical importance in diseases of the fundus. The generally used term "retinal reflexes" is rejected; it is more appropriate to call them "light reflexes of the ocular fundus". They are divided into normal and pathologic reflexes. Pathologic reflexes are seen in(More)
Concomitant squint is regarded as result of a congenital dissymmetry in the structure of the eyes or of the oculomotor apparatus and of an insufficiency of the optomotor reflexes. Squint develops, when 1. the anomalies of the structure of the eye-muscles or of their insertions are so considerable that binocular vision cannot be maintained by fusional and(More)
  • 1