Preferential-looking acuity and stereopsis in infantile esotropia.

@article{Stager1986PreferentiallookingAA,
  title={Preferential-looking acuity and stereopsis in infantile esotropia.},
  author={David Stager and Eileen E. Birch},
  journal={Journal of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus},
  year={1986},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={160-5}
}
One hundred esotropic infants were assessed by preferential-looking (PL) for monocular acuity and stereopsis before the initiation of treatment. PL acuity of infantile esotropes who freely alternated fixation and of preferred eyes of unilateral esotropes was not significantly different from monocular acuity of age-matched normal infants. PL acuity of non-preferred eyes was normal during months three to five, but frequently below normal during months six to 14. Approximately the same percentage… CONTINUE READING