Motion detection deficits in infantile esotropia without nystagmus.

  title={Motion detection deficits in infantile esotropia without nystagmus.},
  author={Josephine Shallo-Hoffmann and Mary Catherine Faldon and S. J. Hague and P Riordan-Eva and Peter Fells and Michael Gresty},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  volume={38 1},
PURPOSE To investigate whether adults with infantile strabismus but without latent nystagmus have abnormalities of horizontal motion detection. METHODS Eleven adult subjects with infantile esotropia but without latent nystagmus and 15 control subjects were required to detect the onset of motion and drift direction of a sinusoidal, spatial frequency grating that moved with linearly increasing velocity. The grating was presented monocularly in paracentral vision at an eccentricity of 16.5… CONTINUE READING

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