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PURPOSE The qCSF method is a novel procedure for rapid measurement of spatial contrast sensitivity functions (CSFs). It combines Bayesian adaptive inference with a trial-to-trial information gain strategy, to directly estimate four parameters defining the observer's CSF. In the present study, the suitability of the qCSF method for clinical application was(More)
PURPOSE Amblyopia is a developmental disorder that results in both monocular and binocular deficits. Although traditional treatment in clinical practice (i.e., refractive correction, or occlusion by patching and penalization of the fellow eye) is effective in restoring monocular visual acuity, there is little information on how binocular function,(More)
Ceramide (CE)-based combination therapy (CE combination) as a novel therapeutic strategy has attracted great attention in the field of anti-cancer therapy. The principal purposes of this study were to investigate the synergistic effect of CE in combination with docetaxel (DTX) (CE + DTX) and to explore the synergy mechanisms of CE + DTX. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the characteristic changes of the retina, the visual pathway and the visual cortex in patients with anisometropic amblyopia by simultaneously recording multifocal VEP and multifocal ERG. METHODS Pattern and flash simultaneously recording of the multifocal VEP and ERG of both eyes of 24 anisometropic amblyopes were recorded and the(More)
Perceptual learning improves stereoacuity in amblyopia. PURPOSE. Amblyopia is a developmental disorder that results in both monocular and binocular deficits. Although traditional treatment in clinical practice (i.e., refractive correction, or occlusion by patching and penalization of the fellow eye) is effective in restoring monocular visual acuity, there(More)
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