Transient myopia associated with anterior displacement of the crystalline lens

Publication Type: Journal Article
Publication: American journal of ophthalmology, Volume 36, p.81–85 (1953)

An occluder which will interrupt binocular coordination as completely as possible is by far the best for the purpose of predicting whether or not a patient’s symptoms are due to a binocular anomaly. There are several ways of successfully and completely occluding one eye.

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