Stereopsis and Disparity Vergence in Monkeys with Subnormal Binocular Vision

  title={Stereopsis and Disparity Vergence in Monkeys with Subnormal Binocular Vision},
  author={Ronald S. Harwerth and Earl L Smith and M Crawford and Gunter K. von Noorden},
  journal={Vision Research},
The surgical treatment for strabismus in infants generally results in microtropia or subnormal binocular vision. Although the clinical characteristics of these conditions are well established, there are important questions about the mechanisms of binocular vision in these patients that can best be investigated in an appropriate animal model. In the present psychophysical investigations, spatial frequency response functions for disparity-induced fusional vergence and for local stereopsis were… CONTINUE READING
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