Graphic analysis of paralytic strabismus with the Lancaster red-green test.

@article{Zee1984GraphicAO,
  title={Graphic analysis of paralytic strabismus with the Lancaster red-green test.},
  author={D. S. Zee and Fred C. Chu and Lance M. Optican and Jaya R. Carl and D B Reingold},
  journal={American journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1984},
  volume={97 5},
  pages={587-92}
}
We used the Lancaster red-green test to monitor changes in ocular alignment in patients with paralytic strabismus. By inferring the position of the right eye and that of the left eye at many different positions of gaze and then plotting the data on a graph, one can derive a static eye position curve. The location of the curve relative to the line depicting normal ocular alignment ( orthophoria ) indicates whether there is an esodeviation or an exodeviation . The slope of a line drawn tangent to… CONTINUE READING