Effect of Motion Stimulation Without Changing Binocular Disparity on Stereopsis in Strabismus Patients

  title={Effect of Motion Stimulation Without Changing Binocular Disparity on Stereopsis in Strabismus Patients},
  author={T. Handa and H. Ishikawa and Hisaharu Nishimoto and T. Goseki and Y. Ichibe and Hiromi Ichibe and Shoji Nobuyuki and K. Shimizu},
  journal={American Orthoptic Journal},
  pages={87 - 94}
Purpose To evaluate the effect of motion stimulation without changing binocular disparity on stereopsis in strabismic patients. Methods Static and moving stereopsis were measured in 120 normal children and 30 strabismic patients (9 esotropia, 14 exotropia, 7 intermittent exotropia). Using a portable game device (PSP®; SONY, Japan), we created stereoscopic targets and produced stereopsis using a closed tube binocular viewing device. Stereoscopic disparity of targets was adjusted in 20 steps of… Expand
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