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Campos (1982a) reported on his psychophysical studies on the binocularity of patients with comitant strabismus. With binocular visual field techniques, it was possible to show that patients with small-angle eso- and exotropia exhibit a binocular vision, without suppression of the deviated eye. In the present paper visual electrophysiology is used(More)
Patients with herpes zoster of the ophthalmic branch of the trigeminal nerve and normal ocular motility were examined. They were asked to point to targets without the sight of their own hand. Significant errors were found on the affected side. Proprioceptive information of the extraocular muscles is assumed to travel in the trigeminal nerve, and these(More)
Ten normal subjects and 14 patients with comitant esotropia were examined by means of pattern visual evoked responses (VER) under monocular and binocular viewing conditions. When both eyes were stimulated together a VER summation was noted both in normals and in strabismics with small-angle deviation and anomalous retinal correspondence (ARC). This is(More)
The most widely-used techniques for testing visual function in babies are reviewed. Advantages and limitations of optokinetic nystagmus testing, visual evoked responses and preferential looking techniques are considered. The theoretical basis and the clinical applicability of those techniques are outlined. Other simple methods are considered as well, which(More)
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