Assessing Children's Vision: A Handbook

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Butterworth, 1999 - Medical - 394 pages
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This concise yet comprehensive handbook gives a very practical approach to assessing children's vision. It ranges from simple visual acuity assessment to the most contemporary technical testing techniques, their expected outcomes and implications. Practical and functional, yet thoroughly referenced, this book will become indispensible to all optometrists (whether students or practitioners), orthoptists, educationalists, parents and carers. It will be a valuable reference source to ophthalmologists and medical doctors.

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Contents

The importance of early visual assessment
37
Opening the consultation
63
Ocular health
101
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