Photographic detection of amblyogenic factors.


Refractive errors were determined photographically in a group of infants and children and were compared to conventional cycloplegic retinoscopy. The refractor consisted of a mirror telephoto lens and strobe flash designed to mimic the action of a retinoscope. Significant amblyogenic conditions such as anisometropia and high isoametropia were detectable. Strabismus and media opacities were also recordable. The technique provides a potential mass suited for infants.

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@article{Day1986PhotographicDO, title={Photographic detection of amblyogenic factors.}, author={Susan H Day and Anthony M. Norcia}, journal={Ophthalmology}, year={1986}, volume={93 1}, pages={25-8} }