J H Seaber

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We found dyskinetic strabismus in 66 patients with cerebral palsy. The most striking feature of dyskinetic strabismus is the fluctuation from esotropia to exotropia under the same accommodative conditions with a slow tonic deviation similar to a vergence movement. With increasing age, exodeviation becomes more prevalent. Dyskinetic strabismus is seen(More)
In strabismic people, the functioning of the deviating eye is impaired. This impairment is binocular in origin since it depends on stimulation of the straight eye; sensitivity and acuity of the deviating eye are usually better when the straight eye is patched than when both eyes are viewing. We investigated interactions between the eyes in strabismic people(More)
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