The role of suppression in amblyopia.

  title={The role of suppression in amblyopia.},
  author={JingRong Li and Benjamin Thompson and Carly S Y Lam and Daming Deng and Lily Y.L. Chan and Goro Maehara and George C. Woo and M Yu and Robert F. Hess},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  volume={52 7},
PURPOSE This study had three main goals: to assess the degree of suppression in patients with strabismic, anisometropic, and mixed amblyopia; to establish the relationship between suppression and the degree of amblyopia; and to compare the degree of suppression across the clinical subgroups within the sample. METHODS Using both standard measures of suppression (Bagolini lenses and neutral density [ND] filters, Worth 4-Dot test) and a new approach involving the measurement of dichoptic motion… CONTINUE READING

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