Evaluation of the Binocularity of 147 Unilateral and Bilateral Pseudophakic Patients

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Abstract

Tests of binocular functions were performed on a group of 147 patients with unilaterally or bilaterally implanted intraocular lenses. The quality of the binocular vision achieved was significantly better than that of unilateral aphakic patients wearing contact lenses. Compared to the normal population, the stereoscopic threshold in the pseudophakic population was found to be slightly poorer. Visual acuity, anisometropia, lens fixation, and vertical deviation were analyzed in relation to stereopsis.

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