amblyopia

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visual impairment without apparent organic pathology

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Patients who were observed as amblyopic were included and no specific sampling methods or sample size calculation criteria were adopted.
We aimed to compare the wave amplitude of VEP between patients with esotropic and anisometropic amblyopic eyes and a normal group.
Hubble Telemedical complements the company's other recently announced vision screening technologies, including Welch Allyn RETeval-DR, a handheld diabetic retinopathy assessment device (not yet available in the United States) and Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener, a handheld, binocular vision screener targeting amblyopic risk factors in young children.
The program has identified a high number of preschoolers with significant amblyopic risk factors each screening year that were previously undetected.
Advantage of vision testing in children will avoid any permanent vision loss due to refractive error, prevent the amblyopic eye and the strabismus (misalignment of eyes).
In the 4-7 year-old age group, the most (41) drawings illustrated a disabled friend in a wheelchair, with a cane (16), walking on crutches (9), blind or amblyopic (6).
Random-dot-stereogram performance by strabismic, amblyopic, and ocular-pathology patients in an operant-discrimination task.
Researchers have developed perceptual learning approaches in which patients perform challenging visual tasks using only their amblyopic eye.
And if it happens from a young age, that eye can become amblyopic.
However, while abnormalities in V1 explain some amblyopic visual problems, they fail to account for the full range of losses suffered by those with amblyopia -- including motion perception.
age-matched controls; Examine effects of 64 M, 55 F; mean age etiology and visual amblyopic group 8.
Timeframe from referral to first specialist Category assessment Examples of conditions 1 Within 24 hours Trauma, corneal ulcers, acute glaucoma 2 Within 1 week Sudden vision loss, neoplasms, retinopathy 3 Within 4 weeks Glaucoma suspects * (high risk), amblyopic conditions, orbital disease 4 Within 6 months Glaucoma suspects * (low risk), cataracts, keratoconus * Glaucoma suspects are patients who have a suspicion of primary open angle glaucoma but diagnosis is not definitive and they require ongoing monitoring for signs of disease progression.
Since getting the implants, her vision is 20/20 in her healthy eye and her amblyopic eye has improved from 20/200 to 20/70.