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The use of isotropic photorefraction for vision screening in infants.

Abstract:

Isotropic photorefraction is a technique which makes possible the rapid, economic, large scale screening of infants and young children for refractive errors. The relative size of blur circles reflected from the fundus in 3 flash photographs with different camera settings allows the size and direction of refractive errors to be estimated. The method has been validated against retinoscopic measures on a large group of infants. Findings of a high incidence of astigmatism in the first year are co...

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Journal:
Acta ophthalmologica. Supplementum More from this journal
Volume:
157
Pages:
36-45
Publication date:
1983-01-01
ISSN:
0065-1451
Language:
English
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pubs:12034
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uuid:cd42c71e-e1a9-4147-8bd8-9c4371c41bc4
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pubs:12034
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12034
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2012-12-19

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