Strabismic Amblyopia in Infants

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Abstract

Monocular acuities, in two infants with nonaccommodative comitant esotropia, were measured before and during occlusion therapy. The results indicate that strabismic amblyopia is present within the first year of life and that the infant visual system is remarkably sensitive to short periods of monocular occlusion during this time period.

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