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Neonatal Glycemia and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes at 2 Years.
BACKGROUND Neonatal hypoglycemia is common and can cause neurologic impairment, but evidence supporting thresholds for intervention is limited. METHODS We performed a prospective cohort studyExpand
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Effect of dual-focus soft contact lens wear on axial myopia progression in children.
PURPOSE To test the efficacy of an experimental Dual-Focus (DF) soft contact lens in reducing myopia progression. DESIGN Prospective, randomized, paired-eye control, investigator-masked trial withExpand
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The measurement of visual acuity in children: an evidence‐based update
Over the past decade, a number of large clinical trials have provided important information relating to the reliability and repeatability of commonly used paediatric tests of vision and their role inExpand
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Association of Neonatal Glycemia With Neurodevelopmental Outcomes at 4.5 Years
Importance Hypoglycemia is common during neonatal transition and may cause permanent neurological impairment, but optimal intervention thresholds are unknown. Objective To test the hypothesis thatExpand
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Orientation Tuning and Contrast Dependence of Continuous Flash Suppression in Amblyopia and Normal Vision.
Purpose Suppression in amblyopia may be an unequal form of normal interocular suppression or a distinct pathophysiology. To explore this issue, we examined the orientation tuning and contrastExpand
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Global motion perception in 2-year-old children: a method for psychophysical assessment and relationships with clinical measures of visual function.
PURPOSE We developed and validated a technique for measuring global motion perception in 2-year-old children, and assessed the relationship between global motion perception and other measures ofExpand
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Classical Short-Delay Eyeblink Conditioning in One-Year-Old Children
Classical eyeblink conditioning (EBC) refers to the learned association between a conditioned stimulus (an auditory tone) and an unconditioned stimulus (a puff of air to the cornea). EyeblinkExpand
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Do picture-based charts overestimate visual acuity? Comparison of Kay Pictures, Lea Symbols, HOTV and Keeler logMAR charts with Sloan letters in adults and children
Purpose Children may be tested with a variety of visual acuity (VA) charts during their ophthalmic care and differences between charts can complicate the interpretation of VA measurements. This studyExpand
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Review of preschool vision screening referrals in South Auckland, New Zealand
Background:  Limited data are available on the causes of visual impairment in preschool children in New Zealand. We aimed to review demographic and visual parameters in children referred to theExpand
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Preschool children's vision screening in New Zealand: a retrospective evaluation of referral accuracy
Objectives To assess the accuracy of preschool vision screening in a large, ethnically diverse, urban population in South Auckland, New Zealand. Design Retrospective longitudinal study. Methods B4Expand
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