Gordon F Sanderson

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PURPOSE To compare binocularity in central and peripheral vision of people with early-onset strabismus and people with normal binocular vision. METHODS Ten subjects with early-onset strabismus, and nine subjects with normal binocular vision were tested. To assess binocularity, interocular transfer (IOT) of a rotary movement aftereffect (MAE) was measured.(More)
Multifocal flash electroretinograms (ERG) were recorded binocularly (n = 18). Areas were equal or scaled with excentricity. The latter were expected to increase the total amplitude if ganglion cell subcomponents were involved. Amplitudes were intercorrelated and the factor structure was established. Scaling had no influence on amplitudes or on factors.(More)
Children from a population sample whose cycloplegic refractive errors included myopia, pre-myopia and hypermetropia were compared on measures of IQ and reading with a group of children without significance refractive errors. At age 11 both those with myopia and with pre-myopia had increased verbal and performance IQ, while those with hypermetropia had(More)
BACKGROUND Multifocal glasses (bifocals, trifocals, and progressives) increase the risk of falling in elderly people, but how they do so is unclear. To explain why glasses with progressive addition lenses increase the risk of falls and whether this can be attributed to false projection, this study aimed to 1) map the prismatic displacement of a progressive(More)
One eye of each of eight subjects was exposed to gases containing oxygen concentrations of 1.0%, 2.5%, 4.9%, 7.5%, 10.1%, and 21.4% (oxygen partial pressures ranging from 8 to 158 mmHg) for 8 hr. The precorneal oxygen concentration required to avoid corneal edema for the group as a whole was 10.1% (an oxygen tension of 74 mmHg). There was considerable(More)
The Otago Photoscreener provides a sensitive indication of whether or not an infant is able to fix and focus binocularly on nearby objects. This instrument was designed for mass screening to identify infants with strabismus and/or amblyopia who do not fix and focus binocularly. This communication reports the authors' experience with the machine in the(More)
PURPOSE We compared the diagnostic power of electrophysiologically and psychophysically measured contrast thresholds for the diagnosis of glaucoma. Additionally, we investigated whether combining results from the two methods improved diagnostic power. METHODS Seven-eight subjects between 40 and 88 years formed the main study group: 21 normal controls (9(More)
PURPOSE Frequency doubling technology (FDT) is a recent psychophysical test for glaucoma. It measures the contrast threshold to low spatial frequency, high temporal frequency sinusoidal luminance profile bars. We wanted to confirm, with stricter controls, Vaegan and Hollow's report that contrast thresholds of steady state visual evoked potentials (ssVEPs)(More)
PURPOSE To perform ultraviolet (UV) macrophotography of the normal in vivo human cornea, establishing biometric data of the major component of UV absorption for comparison with the Hudson-Stähli (HS) line, the distribution of iron demonstrated by Perl stain, and cases of typical amiodarone keratopathy. METHODS Nonrandomized comparative case series of UV(More)
The Otago photoscreener is an optical instrument which gives a very sensitive indication of the accuracy with which a subject's eyes are fixing and focusing. Early experience suggested that this instrument could be used effectively to screen for the presence of amblyogenic factors in pre-verbal infants. This communication describes the development of ocular(More)
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