[Associated heterophoria and the asymmetry of ocular prevalence for stereo images in front of or behind a reference plane].

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BACKGROUND An unequal weighting of the eyes in the directional perception of stereodisparate objects, is referred to as ocular prevalence of the right or left eye, respectively. Between 1962 and 1964 H.-J. Haase developed a valence test for the prismatic correction of heterophoria. He suggested that there would be less prevalence for stereo images presented… (More)

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@article{Schroth2006AssociatedHA, title={[Associated heterophoria and the asymmetry of ocular prevalence for stereo images in front of or behind a reference plane].}, author={Volkhard Schroth and Wolfgang Jaschinski}, journal={Klinische Monatsblatter fur Augenheilkunde}, year={2006}, volume={223 3}, pages={233-42} }