New tests of distance stereoacuity and their role in evaluating intermittent exotropia.

@article{Holmes2007NewTO,
  title={New tests of distance stereoacuity and their role in evaluating intermittent exotropia.},
  author={Jonathan M. Holmes and Eileen E. Birch and David A. Leske and Valeria L N Fu and Brian Mohney},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={2007},
  volume={114 6},
  pages={1215-20}
}
PURPOSE Poor control of intermittent exotropia has been considered an indication for surgical intervention, and poor distance stereoacuity may be an indicator of poor control. Two new measures of distance stereoacuity, the Frisby-Davis Distance test (FD2) and Distance Randot test (DR), both of which have been validated in normal and strabismic subjects, were evaluated, and we compared stereoacuity with scores on a recently described control scale. DESIGN Prospective case series… CONTINUE READING

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