Non-cycloplegic screening for amblyopia via refractive findings with the Nikon Retinomax hand held autorefractor in 3 year old kindergarten children.

@article{Barry2001NoncycloplegicSF,
  title={Non-cycloplegic screening for amblyopia via refractive findings with the Nikon Retinomax hand held autorefractor in 3 year old kindergarten children.},
  author={J. C. Barry and Hans Helmut K{\"o}nig},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2001},
  volume={85 10},
  pages={1179-82}
}
AIMS To assess non-cycloplegic screening for amblyopia with the hand held Nikon Retinomax autorefractor in 3 year old kindergarten children. METHODS 427 three year old children were examined in kindergarten with the Retinomax without cycloplegia. A gold standard was established in all children by two orthoptic examinations in kindergarten. If there were missing, abnormal, or inconsistent findings, children were referred for ophthalmological examination. If, by the ophthalmological examination… CONTINUE READING

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