Pediatric photoscreening for strabismus and refractive errors in a high-risk population, Historical image

@article{Simons1999PediatricPF,
  title={Pediatric photoscreening for strabismus and refractive errors in a high-risk population, Historical image},
  author={Benjamin D. Simons and Raymond Michael Siatkowski and Joyce C Schiffman and Barbara E Berry and John T. Flynn},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={1999},
  volume={106 6},
  pages={1073-80}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the accuracy of the MTI Photoscreener in detecting strabismus and refractive errors in children. PARTICIPANTS One hundred children underwent MTI photoscreening followed by complete ophthalmologic examination. Six observers graded the photographs for strabismus, according to the location of the corneal light reflexes, and for refractive error, according to the size and location of the light crescent. RESULTS The sensitivity of the MTI Photoscreener in detecting any… CONTINUE READING

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