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PURPOSE This study had three main goals: to assess the degree of suppression in patients with strabismic, anisometropic, and mixed amblyopia; to establish the relationship between suppression and the degree of amblyopia; and to compare the degree of suppression across the clinical subgroups within the sample. METHODS Using both standard measures of(More)
PURPOSE Although eye dominance assessment is used to assist clinical decision-making, current understanding is limited by inconsistencies across the range of available tests. A new psychophysical test of sensory eye dominance has been developed that objectively measures the relative contribution of each eye to a fused suprathreshold binocular percept. (More)
PURPOSE There is growing evidence that abnormal binocular interactions play a key role in the amblyopia syndrome and represent a viable target for treatment interventions. In this context the use of partial occlusion using optical devices such as Bangerter filters as an alternative to complete occlusion is of particular interest. The aims of this study were(More)
The information time brings the need for lots of information, while the grid developments in recent years have provided enhanced support for the exchange and share of information of heterogeneous platforms and databases in large-scale domains, but how to get efficiently the information in databases in grid is still a problem. This paper discusses(More)
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