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An Assessment of Stereovision Acquired in Adulthood.
Barry, Susan R.; Bridgeman, Bruce
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SIGNIFICANCE: Increasing evidence indicates that childhood binocular vision disorders that lead to stereodeficiency may be treated in adulthood. Reports of patients who gain stereopsis as adults indicate that this achievement provides for a qualitatively different and dramatically improved sense of space and depth.

An Assessment of Stereovision Acquired in Adulthood.
Barry, Susan R.; Bridgeman, Bruce
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Effects of Acute Peripheral/Central Visual Field Loss on Standing Balance
   

  • Sonia L.J. Whitea, , , Joanne M. Woodb, Alexander A. Blackb, Shelley Hopkinsb
    Abstract

1.      Kinesiology - has it a use in Optometric Practice? IASK conference, Kings College, London University,1997

2.      Functional visual fields - Their importance in the assessment of children with educational difficulties, Optician August 11, 2000 No 5763 Vol 220

3.      Functional Visual Fields and Dural Torque,  Journal of Optometric Phototherapy April 2000 (US)

4.      Vision Therapy in Practice, 20/20 Europe, Oct 2001

Kenneth J. Ciuffreda, O.D., Ph.D.

State University of New York, State College of Optometry, Department of Vision Sciences, New York, New York

Background: For nearly 75 years, optometric vision therapy has been an important mode of therapy for both children and adults who manifested a range of nonstrabismic accommodative and vergence disorders.

 
Stephanie Jainta*, Zoı
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Kapoula*
IRIS laboratory CNRS – Assistance Publique Ho
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pitaux de Paris, Paris, France
Abstract
 
Reading requires three-dimensional motor control: saccades bring the eyes from left to right, fixating word after word; and
oblique saccades bring the eyes to the next line of the text. The angle of vergence of the two optic axes should be adjusted


Eric Borsting;G. Lynn Mitchell;L. Eugene Arnold;Mitchell Scheiman;Christopher Chase;Marjean Kulp;Susan Cotter

Pediatr Neurol. 2016 Aug;61:11-20. doi: 10.1016/j.pediatrneurol.2016.02.007. Epub 2016 Feb 18.
Dyscalculia and the Calculating Brain.

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