in Australian school children with refractive error, heterotropia and ethnicity Prevalence of heterophoria and associations

@inproceedings{Leone2010inAS,
  title={in Australian school children with refractive error, heterotropia and ethnicity Prevalence of heterophoria and associations},
  author={Jody Fay Leone and Elaine Cornell},
  year={2010}
}
Aims To establish the prevalence of heterophoria and its association with refractive error and ethnicity in a population-based study of Australian schoolchildren. Methods The Sydney Myopia Study is a stratified, random cluster (school-based) sample of 4093 students (examined: 2003e2005). Two samples aged 6 (n1⁄41692) and 12 years (n1⁄42289) without heterotropia were included. Prevalent heterophoria was assessed using cover un-cover and prism bar alternate cover testing at 33 cm and 6 m distance… CONTINUE READING

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