Detection of red reflex asymmetry by pediatric residents using the Brückner reflex versus the MTI photoscreener.

  title={Detection of red reflex asymmetry by pediatric residents using the Br{\"u}ckner reflex versus the MTI photoscreener.},
  author={Evelyn A. Paysse and Geoffrey Colin Williams and David K. Coats and E. Alexander Williams},
  volume={108 4},
OBJECTIVE To compare the ability of pediatric residents to differentiate an asymmetric from a symmetric red reflex in patients with anisometropia and microstrabismus using the Brückner reflex and the Medical Technology Innovations (MTI) photoscreener. METHODS A prospective, masked, case-control study was performed. Twelve pediatric residents evaluated 10 study patients and 6 control subjects in a masked manner in 2 separate sessions, using the Brückner reflex or the MTI photoscreener… CONTINUE READING

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