Foundations of Binocular Vision: A Clinical Perspective
McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 17, 2000 - Business & Economics - 345 pages
From a renowned author team comes a clinically oriented approach to the introductor study of binocular vision. Essential reading for second-year optometry students, this vital core text covers testing procedures, diagnostic issues, and treatment modalities in preparation for more advanced clinical work. Key points to remember for national board exams are highlighted and discussions of clinical applications and procedures abound in every chapter.
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abnormal adaptation aftereffect amblyopia amblyopic angle aniseikonia anisometropia binocular cells binocular conditions binocular disparity binocular interactions binocular percept binocular rivalry binocular summation binocular suppression binocular vision binocular visual binocularly CLINICAL APPLICATION contours contrast sensitivity convergence corresponding points corresponding retinal points cortical cells critical period deprived eye depth perception detection diplopia diplopic displacement distance dots effect exotropia eye's image fellow eye Figure fixation disparity fixation point fovea horizontal horopter infants inputs layers left eye lens lenses magnification measured monocular motor fusion neural neurons object occur ocular dominance columns optic Panum's area Panum's fusional area patient perceived prism random-dot stereograms receptive fields refractive relative response retinal image right eye seen spatial frequency stereoacuity stereopsis stereoscopic stimulus strabismus striate cortex target temporal thresholds tilt tion uncrossed disparity vergence vergence eye movements vertical Vieth-Muller circle visual acuity visual cortex visual field visual space visual system