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Non-cycloplegic refractive screening can identify infants whose visual outcome at 4 years is improved by spectacle correction.

Abstract:

The Second Cambridge Population Infant Vision Screening Programme using the VPR-1 videorefractor without cycloplegia was undertaken in order to identify those infants with refractive errors who were potentially amblyogenic or strabismogenic. Infants identified at eight months were entered into a control trial of treatment with partial spectacle correction and underwent a long-term follow-up that monitored a wide range of visual, visuoperceptual, visuocognitive, visuomotor, linguistic and soci...

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10.1080/09273970490517935

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Atkinson, J More by this author
Braddick, O More by this author
Nardini, M More by this author
Ehrlich, D More by this author
Journal:
Strabismus
Volume:
12
Issue:
4
Pages:
227-245
Publication date:
2004-12-05
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EISSN:
1744-5132
ISSN:
0927-3972
URN:
uuid:b27d0ade-6d5a-487e-bb37-3f02f2d4dc97
Source identifiers:
5554
Local pid:
pubs:5554

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