Preschool vision screening.

  title={Preschool vision screening.},
  author={Merrick J. Moseley and A. R. Fielder},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  volume={66 3},
Although a good case for preschool screening for vision defects can be made there is very little evidence that existing programmes are effective in practice. A comparative trial of three different methods of preschool vision screening is described. Some 7000 children initially aged 5 months (younger cohorts) and 30 months (older cohorts) in three matched areas entered the trial during 1987. During 18 months of follow up new visual and ocular defects among these children were ascertained through… CONTINUE READING