OKN asymmetries in orthoptic patients: contributing factors and effect of treatment

@article{Westall1992OKNAI,
  title={OKN asymmetries in orthoptic patients: contributing factors and effect of treatment},
  author={Carol A. Westall and Rosalyn H. Shute},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
  year={1992},
  volume={49},
  pages={77-84}
}
Monocular optokinetic nystagmus (MOKN) was measured (EOG) in response to horizontally moving square wave gratings (0.2 c/deg, 27 and 35 deg/s) in 58 children with amblyopia and/or strabismus (experimental group); the data were compared with that collected from 24 children (aged 3-8 years) with no visual problems (control group). We found OKN asymmetries most often associated with strabismus of early age of onset (less than 2 years). In these children the MOKN asymmetry often occurred in both… CONTINUE READING

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