Assessing Binocular Interaction in Amblyopia and Its Clinical Feasibility

@inproceedings{Kwon2014AssessingBI,
  title={Assessing Binocular Interaction in Amblyopia and Its Clinical Feasibility},
  author={Miyoung Kwon and Zhong-Lin Lu and Alexandra M. Miller and Melanie A Kazlas and David G Hunter and Peter J. Bex},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
  • Miyoung Kwon, Zhong-Lin Lu, +3 authors Peter J. Bex
  • Published in PloS one 2014
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • PURPOSE To measure binocular interaction in amblyopes using a rapid and patient-friendly computer-based method, and to test the feasibility of the assessment in the clinic. METHODS Binocular interaction was assessed in subjects with strabismic amblyopia (n = 7), anisometropic amblyopia (n = 6), strabismus without amblyopia (n = 15) and normal vision (n = 40). Binocular interaction was measured with a dichoptic phase matching task in which subjects matched the position of a binocular probe to… CONTINUE READING

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