Strabismus in General Practice.

  • H W Laws
  • Published 1964 in Canadian Medical Association journal

Abstract

Considerable confusion exists concerning the time at which a cross-eyed child should be referred to an ophthalmologist. This referral should be made between six and nine months because visual and muscular coordinated reflexes necessary for normal vision and stereopsis develop at six months, and 80% of these reflexes are established by the age of two. Normal… (More)

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