Meir Neufeld

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Amblyopia--the commonest vision abnormality of childhood--is characterized by a loss of visual acuity usually of one eye only. Treatment aims to promote function of the amblyopic eye and does this by restricting, usually through occlusion, the competitive advantage of the fellow eye. Recent experimental evidence demonstrates that the recovery of vision(More)
We describe a new autosomal recessive myopathy of early onset and very slow progression distinguished by the prominent external ophthalmoplegia in 16 subjects of eight families from a large and highly inbred Arab community. Characteristic clinical features include mild facial and skeletal muscle weakness and atrophy more pronounced proximally in the upper(More)
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