The blind spot syndrome: does it exist?

Abstract

The absence of sensory adaptations in patients who have an esotropia of 12 to 18 degrees constitutes what has been described as the blind spot syndrome. Here, the physiological blind spot is said to provide the means of avoiding diplopia and confusion. The small size of the optic disc and variations of the angle of deviation at different positions of gaze… (More)

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