Changes in the visually evoked response during treatment for amblyopia in a uniocular patient.

Abstract

Changes occurred in the visually evoked response (VER) during treatment for amblyopia in a uniocular patient. The VER changed before the visual acuity. After-image treatment was used to teach central fixation and this was maintained with the use of television chequerboards. The patient's visual acuity improved from 4/60 to 6/12 and this was confirmed by the… (More)

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@article{Barnard1980ChangesIT, title={Changes in the visually evoked response during treatment for amblyopia in a uniocular patient.}, author={W M Barnard and John Kelsey}, journal={Transactions of the ophthalmological societies of the United Kingdom}, year={1980}, volume={100 4}, pages={472-4} }