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Strabismus References 1. Reinecke RD: Strabismus . Arch Ophthalmol 86:326-351, 1971.Crossref 2. Reinecke RD: Strabismus . Arch Ophthalmol 88:667-692, 1972.Crossref 3. Fells P (ed): International Strabismological Association Newsletter . London, 1972, pp 1-11. 4. AC/A Ratio Selective Bibliography Fourth Edition, 1961-September, 1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1971. 5. Extraocular Muscle Surgery Bibliography, 1965-1970 . Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1971. 6. Lateral Rectus Muscle and Abducens Nerve Paralysis Selective Bibliography Second Edition, 1965-1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 7. Anisometropia Selective Bibliography Third Edition, 1948-November, 1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 8. Pulfrich Effect Selective Bibliography, 1960-August, 1972 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 9. Anomalous Retinal Correspondence Selective Bibliography, 1967-1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 10. Eccentric Fixation Selective Bibliography, 1967-1971 , (ed 2). Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 11. Esotropia Selective Bibliography, 1967-December, 1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 12. Exotropia Bibliography . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1970. 13. Oscillopsia Bibliography , Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 14. Residual Astigmatism Selective Bibliography . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 15. Retinoscopy Selective Bibliography . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 16. Dichgans J, Bizzi E (eds): Cerebral Control of Eye Movements and Motion Perception . Basel, Switzerland, S Karger, 1972. 17. Hurtt J, Rasicovici A, Windsor CE: Comprehensive Review of Orthoptics and Ocular Motility . St. Louis, CV Mosby Co, 1972. 18. Jameson D, Hurvich LM (eds): Handbook of Sensory Physiology: Visual Psychophysics . New York, Springer-Verlag, 1972, vol 7. 19. Krimsky E: The Corneal Light Reflex: A Guide to Binocular Disorders . Springfield, Charles C Thomas Publisher, 1972. 20. Potts AM: The Assessment of Visual Function . St. Louis, CV Mosby Co, 1972. 21. Zinchenko VP, Vergiles NYU: Formation of Visual Images: Studies of Stabilized Retinal Images . New York, Consultants Bureau, 1972. 22. Abraham SV: A tribute to Claud Worth . Ann Ophthalmol 4:171-175, 1972. 23. Keller EL, Robinson DA: Abducens unit behavior in the monkey during vergence movements . Vision Res 12:336-382, 1972.Crossref 24. Pachter BR, Davidowitz J, Breinin GM: A phase-electron microscopic study of extraocular muscle dystrophy in the mouse . Invest Ophthalmol 11:715-722, 1972. 25. Hughes A: Vergence in the cat . Vision Res 12:1961-1994, 1972.Crossref 26. Stryker M, Blakemore C: Saccadic and disjunctive movements in cats . Vision Res 12:2005-2013, 1972.Crossref 27. Sherman SM: Development of interocular alignment in cats . Brain Res 37:187-203, 1972.Crossref 28. Toates FM: Accommodation function of the human eye . Physiol Rev 52:828-863, 1972. 29. Miranda MN: Residual accommodation . Arch Ophthalmol 87:515-517, 1972.Crossref 30. Bond EK: Perception of form by the human infant . Psychol Bull 77:225-245, 1972.Crossref 31. Amigo G: Visuo-sensory development of the child . Am J Optom 49:991-1001, 1972.Crossref 32. Friedman S: Habituation and recovery of visual response in the alert human newborn . J Exp Child Psychol 13:339-349, 1972.Crossref 33. Smith WM: Feedback: Real-time delayed vision of one's own tracking behavior . Science 176:939-940, 1972.Crossref 34. Leibowitz HW: Sensory, learned, and cognitive mechanisms of size perception . Ann NY Acad Sci 188:47-62, 1972.Crossref 35. Schiffman HR: Some components of sensation and perception for the reading process . Reading Res Q 7:588-612, 1972.Crossref 36. Bastiaensen LAK: The diagnosis of myogenic ocular-motor palsies: Short introduction to the electromyography of the external ocular muscles . Ophthalmologica 165:513-516, 1972.Crossref 37. Scott AB, Wong GY: Duane's syndrome . Arch Ophthalmol 87:140-147, 1972.Crossref 38. Noda H, Yoshitaka T, Iwama K: Binocular units in the lateral geniculate nucleus of chronic cats . Brain Res 41:81-99, 1972.Crossref 39. Ikeda H, Wright M: Comparison of effects of refractive errors on receptive fields of central and peripheral ganglion cells . Vision Res 2:1210, 1971.Crossref 40. Harnad SR: Creativity, lateral saccades, and the nondominant hemisphere . Percept Mot Skills 34:653-654, 1972.Crossref 41. Kinsbourne M: Eye and head turning indicates cerebral lateralization . Science 176:539-541, 1972.Crossref 42. Bridgeman B: Visual receptive fields sensitive to absolute and relative motion during tracking . Science 178:1101-1108, 1972.Crossref 43. Skavenski AA: Inflow as a source of extra-retinal eye position information . Vision Res 12:221-229, 1972.Crossref 44. Metz HS, Jampolsky A, O'Meara DM: Congenital ocular nystagmus and nystagmoid head movements . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1131-1133, 1972. 45. Robb RM: Periodic alteration of null point in congenital nystagmus: Association with alternating gaze deviation and esotropia . Arch Ophthalmol 87:169-173, 1972.Crossref 46. Wybar K: Significance of nystagmus in suspected blindness in infancy . Isr J Med Sci 8:1492-1495, 1972. 47. Coren S, Komada MK: Eye movement control in voluntary nystagmus . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1161-1165, 1972. 48. Metz HS, Scott AB, O'Meara DM: Saccadic eye movements in myasthenia gravis . Arch Ophthalmol 88:9-11, 1972.Crossref 49. Corin MS, Elizan TS, Bender MB: Oculomotor function in patients with Parkinson's disease . J Neurol Sci 15:251-265, 1972.Crossref 50. Ellenberger C, Keltner JL, Stroud MH: Ocular dyskinesia in cerebellar disease: Evidence for the similarity of opsoclonus, ocular dysmetria, and flutter-like oscillations . Brain 95:685-692, 1972.Crossref 51. Verroneau-Troutman S: Cyclotropia . Am Orthopt J 22:36-43, 1972. 52. Kersetz AR: The effect of stimulus complexity on human cyclofusion response . Vision Res 12:699-704, 1972.Crossref 53. Levine MH, Zahoruk RM: Disk-macula relationship in diagnosis of vertical muscle paresis . Am J Ophthalmol 73:262-265, 1972. 54. Hartje W: Reading disturbances in the presence of oculomotor disorders . Eur Neurol 7:249-264, 1972.Crossref 55. Rothstein TB, Sacks JG: Defective stereopsis in lesions of the parietal lobe . Am J Ophthalmol 73:281-284, 1972. 56. Beckwitt ML: Stress and strabismus . Isr Ann Psychiatry 9:11-29, 1972. 57. Butler IJ, Hopkins IJ, Smith MA: Neurologic handicaps after low oestriol excretions in pregnancy . Aust Paediatr J 7:92-96, 1972. 58. Smith D, et al: Selected ophthalmologic and orthoptic measurements in families . Arch Ophthalmol 87:278-282, 1972.Crossref 59. Niederecker O, Mash AJ, Spivey BE: Horizontal fusional amplitudes and versions: Comparison in parents of strabismic and nonstrabismic children . Arch Ophthalmol 87:283-285, 1972.Crossref 60. Seba J: Examination of newborn infants for early detection of squint . Cesk Oftalmol 28:120-126, 1972. 61. Epstein DL, Tredici TJ: Use of the four-diopter base in prism test in microexotropia . Am J Ophthalmol 74:340-345, 1972. 62. Cross HE, Pfaffenbach DD: Duane's retraction syndrome and associated congenital malformations . Am J Ophthalmol 73:442-450, 1972. 63. Pfaffenbach DD, Cross HE, Kearns TP: Congenital anomalies in Duane's retraction syndrome . Arch Ophthalmol 88:635-639, 1972.Crossref 64. Wong GY, et al: Primary position deviation in Duane's syndrome . Col of Virginia Q 8:302-303, 1972. 65. Kirkham TH, Bird AC, Sanders MD: Divergence paralysis with raised intracranial pressure . Br J Ophthalmol 56:776-782, 1972.Crossref 66. Pearlman JT, Christensen RE: Motility problems following retinal detachment surgery . Am Orthopt J 22:64-67, 1972. 67. Rumelt MB, Ernest JT: Isolated blowout fracture of the medial orbital wall with medical rectus muscle entrapment . Am J Ophthalmol 73:451-453, 1972. 68. Caygill WM: Excyclotropia in dysthyroid ophthalmology . Am J Ophthalmol 73:437-441, 1972. 69. Kirkland RT, et al: Strabismus and congenital hypothyroidism . J Pediatr 80:648-650, 1972.Crossref 70. Jensen SF: Endocrine ophthalmoplegia: Is it due to myopathy or mechanical immobilization? Acta Ophthalmol 49:679-684, 1972.Crossref 71. Veronneau-Troutman S: Incomitant strabismus: Mechanical anomalies . NY State J Med 72:1258-1260, 1972. 72. Mickatavage RC: Neuro-ophthalmological disease presenting as orthoptic problems . Am Orthopt J 22:44-46, 1972. 73. Cogan DG: Heredity of congenital ocular motor apraxia . Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol 76:60-62, 1972. 74. Koerner F, Schlote W: Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia . Arch Opthalmol 88:155-166, 1972.Crossref 75. Meenan FO, Fitzpatric CM: Psoriasis and strabismus . J Ir Med Assoc 65:42-43, 1972. 76. Nashold BS, Seaber JH: Defects of ocular motility after stereotactic midbrain lesions in man . Arch Ophthalmol 88:245-248, 1972.Crossref 77. von Noorden GK: Classification, diagnosis, and natural history of amblyopia . Isr J Med Sci 8:1465-1468, 1972. 78. Raab EL: The management of strabismic amblyopia . Mt Sinai J Med NY 39:377-382, 1972. 79. Yassur Y, et al: Amblyopia among African pupils in Rwanda . Br J Ophthalmol 56:368-370, 1972.Crossref 80. Nawratzki I, Oliver M: Screening for amblyopia in children under 3 years of age . Sight Sav Rev 42:14-19, 1972. 81. Potts AM: Treatment of amblyopia: Amblyopia therapy in an underdeveloped area . Isr J Med Sci 8:1474-1479, 1972. 82. Rice NSC: Management of infantile glaucoma . Br J Ophthalmol 56:294-298, 1972.Crossref 83. Merin S, Crawford JS: Prevention of amblyopia caused by incomplete congenital cataract . Isr J Med Sci 8:1488-1491, 1972. 84. Wybar K: Stimulus deprivation amblyopia . Isr J Med Sci 8:1482-1488, 1972. 85. Spinelli DN, et al: Visual experience as a determinant of the response characteristics of cortical receptive fields in cats . Exp Brain Res 15:289-304, 1972.Crossref 86. Freeman RD, Mitchell DE, Millodot M: A neural effect of partial visual deprivation in humans . Science 175:1384-1388, 1972.Crossref 87. Romano PE, Kohn R: Aniseikonia due to strabismic amblyopia . Arch Ophthalmol 87:174-178, 1972.Crossref 88. von Noorden GK: Experimental amblyopia . Isr J Med Sci 8:1496-1499, 1972. 89. Downer JL: Experimentally induced amaurosis and amblyopia in monkey . Vision Res 11:1206, 1971.Crossref 90. Hilton AF, Stanley JC: Pitfalls in testing children's vision by the Sheridan Gardiner single optotype method . Br J Ophthalmol 56:135-139, 1972.Crossref 91. Woodruff ME: Observations on the visual acuity of children during the first five years of life . Am J Optom 49:205-215, 1972.Crossref 92. Vision screening of preschool children. Committee on Children with Handicaps, American Academy of Pediatrics . Pediatrics 50:966-967, 1972. 93. Boer P, Hofstetter HW: An entoptic method for the measurement of eccentric fixation in amblyopia ex anopsia . Am J Optom 49:417-422, 1972.Crossref 94. Majima T: Treatment of eccentric fixation . Folia Ophthal Jap 23:37-45, 1972. 95. Ritchey JP, et al: Extrafoveal fixation involving the blind spot . Am J Ophthalmol 73:266-269, 1972. 96. Schmidt D, Reuscher A, Kommerell G: On the nasal visual field in a patient with strabismus fixus divergens . Albrecht von Graefes Arch Klin Ophthalmol 183:97-104, 1972.Crossref 97. Pietsch RL, et al: Lens opacities and organophosphate cholinesterase-inhibiting agents . Am J Ophthalmol 73:236-242, 1972. 98. Pigassou R: The functional treatment of strabismus . Can J Ophthalmol 7:331-335, 1972. 99. Veronneau-Troutman S: Fresnel prism membrane in the treatment of strabismus . Can J Ophthalmol 6:249-257, 1972. 100. Berard PV, Reydy R: Placement of permanent prisms for the treatment of esotropia with vertical elements . Bull Soc Ophthalmol 71:132-134, 1972. 101. Thorson JC: Press-on prisms in ocular motility management . Am Orthopt J 22:59-63, 1972. 102. Moore S, Stockbridge L: Fresnel prisms in the management of combined horizontal and vertical strabismus . Am Orthopt J 22:14-21, 1972. 103. Hardesty HH: Prisms in the management of intermittent exotropia . Am Orthopt J 22:22-30, 1972. 104. Nordman E: Results of pleoptic treatment: Primary results of 412 patients and late results of 375 patients . Acta Ophthalmol 114 ( (suppl) ): 3-88, 1972. 105. Altizer LB: The nonsurgical treatment of exotropia . Am Orthopt J 22:71-76, 1972. 106. Salomon E: An aniseikonic alternating esotrope . Am J Optom 48:859-862, 1972.Crossref 107. Caloroso E: After-image transfer: A therapeutic procedure for amblyopia . Am J Optom 49:65-69, 1972.Crossref 108. Carpenter RHS: After-images on backgrounds of different luminance: A new phenomenon and a hypothesis . J Physiol 226:713-724, 1972. 109. Segarra JH: After-image test with polarized light . Ann Ocul 204:981-988, 1971. 110. Mahto RS: Eye strain from convergence insufficiency . Br Med J 2:564-565, 1972.Crossref 111. Sanfilippo S: A critical evaluation of the major amblyoscope . Am Orthopt J 22:54-58, 1972. 112. Friendly DS: Fixation devices for evaluation of ocular alignment . Am J Ophthalmol 73:587-591, 1972. 113. Scott AB, Collins CC, O'Meara DM: A forceps to measure strabismus forces . Arch Ophthalmol 88:330-333, 1972.Crossref 114. Stockbridge L, Moore S: The incidence and effects of surgically induced incomitance . Am Orthopt J 22:32-40, 1972. 115. Elkington A: Granulomas following squint surgery . Ophthalmol Soc UK 91:43-52, 1972. 116. Reinecke RD: The figure-of-eight suture for eye muscle surgery . Ophthalmol Dig 34:22-27, 1972. 117. Beard C: Complications of ptosis surgery . Ann Ophthalmol 4:671-675, 1972. 118. Schlossman A: Nystagmus with strabismus: Surgical management . Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol 76:1479-1486, 1972. 119. Pratt Johnson JA: The surgery of congenital nystagmus . Can J Ophthalmol 6:268-272, 1972. 120. Quere MA: Age of onset of infantile esotropia: Prognosis of early strabismus . Ophthalmologica 164:208-218, 1972.Crossref 121. von Noorden GK, Isaza A, Parks ME: Surgical treatment of congenital esotropia . Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol 76:1465-1478, 1972. 122. Gillies WE: The results of treatment of intermittent exodeviation . Trans Aust Coll Ophthalmol 2:100-105, 1972. 123. Metz HS, Scott AB, O'Meara D: Saccadic velocities in infants and children . Am J Ophthalmol 72:1130-1135, 1972. 124. Keith CG: Congenital ocular palsy . Br J Ophthalmol 56:356-361, 1972.Crossref 125. Reinecke RD: Surgical results of third cranial nerve palsies . NY State J Med 72:1255-1257, 1972. 126. Goldstein JH: Diagnostic importance of lateral positions of gaze . NY State J Med 72:1254-1255, 1972. 127. McNeer KW: Untoward effects of superior oblique tenotomy . Ann Ophthalmol 4:747-750, 1972. 128. Hardesty HH: Superior oblique tenotomy . Arch Ophthalmol 88:181-184, 1972.Crossref 129. Urist MJ: A technique for recession of the inferior oblique muscle . 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References 1. Reinecke RD: Strabismus . Arch Ophthalmol 86:326-351, 1971.Crossref 2. Reinecke RD: Strabismus . Arch Ophthalmol 88:667-692, 1972.Crossref 3. Fells P (ed): International Strabismological Association Newsletter . London, 1972, pp 1-11. 4. AC/A Ratio Selective Bibliography Fourth Edition, 1961-September, 1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1971. 5. Extraocular Muscle Surgery Bibliography, 1965-1970 . Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1971. 6. Lateral Rectus Muscle and Abducens Nerve Paralysis Selective Bibliography Second Edition, 1965-1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 7. Anisometropia Selective Bibliography Third Edition, 1948-November, 1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 8. Pulfrich Effect Selective Bibliography, 1960-August, 1972 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 9. Anomalous Retinal Correspondence Selective Bibliography, 1967-1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 10. Eccentric Fixation Selective Bibliography, 1967-1971 , (ed 2). Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 11. Esotropia Selective Bibliography, 1967-December, 1971 . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 12. Exotropia Bibliography . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1970. 13. Oscillopsia Bibliography , Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 14. Residual Astigmatism Selective Bibliography . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 15. Retinoscopy Selective Bibliography . Berkeley, Calif, Visual Science Information Center School of Optometry, University of California, 1972. 16. Dichgans J, Bizzi E (eds): Cerebral Control of Eye Movements and Motion Perception . Basel, Switzerland, S Karger, 1972. 17. Hurtt J, Rasicovici A, Windsor CE: Comprehensive Review of Orthoptics and Ocular Motility . St. Louis, CV Mosby Co, 1972. 18. Jameson D, Hurvich LM (eds): Handbook of Sensory Physiology: Visual Psychophysics . New York, Springer-Verlag, 1972, vol 7. 19. Krimsky E: The Corneal Light Reflex: A Guide to Binocular Disorders . Springfield, Charles C Thomas Publisher, 1972. 20. Potts AM: The Assessment of Visual Function . St. Louis, CV Mosby Co, 1972. 21. Zinchenko VP, Vergiles NYU: Formation of Visual Images: Studies of Stabilized Retinal Images . New York, Consultants Bureau, 1972. 22. Abraham SV: A tribute to Claud Worth . Ann Ophthalmol 4:171-175, 1972. 23. Keller EL, Robinson DA: Abducens unit behavior in the monkey during vergence movements . Vision Res 12:336-382, 1972.Crossref 24. Pachter BR, Davidowitz J, Breinin GM: A phase-electron microscopic study of extraocular muscle dystrophy in the mouse . Invest Ophthalmol 11:715-722, 1972. 25. Hughes A: Vergence in the cat . Vision Res 12:1961-1994, 1972.Crossref 26. Stryker M, Blakemore C: Saccadic and disjunctive movements in cats . Vision Res 12:2005-2013, 1972.Crossref 27. Sherman SM: Development of interocular alignment in cats . Brain Res 37:187-203, 1972.Crossref 28. Toates FM: Accommodation function of the human eye . Physiol Rev 52:828-863, 1972. 29. Miranda MN: Residual accommodation . Arch Ophthalmol 87:515-517, 1972.Crossref 30. Bond EK: Perception of form by the human infant . Psychol Bull 77:225-245, 1972.Crossref 31. Amigo G: Visuo-sensory development of the child . Am J Optom 49:991-1001, 1972.Crossref 32. Friedman S: Habituation and recovery of visual response in the alert human newborn . J Exp Child Psychol 13:339-349, 1972.Crossref 33. Smith WM: Feedback: Real-time delayed vision of one's own tracking behavior . Science 176:939-940, 1972.Crossref 34. Leibowitz HW: Sensory, learned, and cognitive mechanisms of size perception . Ann NY Acad Sci 188:47-62, 1972.Crossref 35. Schiffman HR: Some components of sensation and perception for the reading process . Reading Res Q 7:588-612, 1972.Crossref 36. Bastiaensen LAK: The diagnosis of myogenic ocular-motor palsies: Short introduction to the electromyography of the external ocular muscles . Ophthalmologica 165:513-516, 1972.Crossref 37. Scott AB, Wong GY: Duane's syndrome . Arch Ophthalmol 87:140-147, 1972.Crossref 38. Noda H, Yoshitaka T, Iwama K: Binocular units in the lateral geniculate nucleus of chronic cats . Brain Res 41:81-99, 1972.Crossref 39. Ikeda H, Wright M: Comparison of effects of refractive errors on receptive fields of central and peripheral ganglion cells . Vision Res 2:1210, 1971.Crossref 40. Harnad SR: Creativity, lateral saccades, and the nondominant hemisphere . Percept Mot Skills 34:653-654, 1972.Crossref 41. Kinsbourne M: Eye and head turning indicates cerebral lateralization . Science 176:539-541, 1972.Crossref 42. Bridgeman B: Visual receptive fields sensitive to absolute and relative motion during tracking . Science 178:1101-1108, 1972.Crossref 43. Skavenski AA: Inflow as a source of extra-retinal eye position information . Vision Res 12:221-229, 1972.Crossref 44. Metz HS, Jampolsky A, O'Meara DM: Congenital ocular nystagmus and nystagmoid head movements . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1131-1133, 1972. 45. Robb RM: Periodic alteration of null point in congenital nystagmus: Association with alternating gaze deviation and esotropia . Arch Ophthalmol 87:169-173, 1972.Crossref 46. Wybar K: Significance of nystagmus in suspected blindness in infancy . Isr J Med Sci 8:1492-1495, 1972. 47. Coren S, Komada MK: Eye movement control in voluntary nystagmus . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1161-1165, 1972. 48. Metz HS, Scott AB, O'Meara DM: Saccadic eye movements in myasthenia gravis . Arch Ophthalmol 88:9-11, 1972.Crossref 49. Corin MS, Elizan TS, Bender MB: Oculomotor function in patients with Parkinson's disease . J Neurol Sci 15:251-265, 1972.Crossref 50. Ellenberger C, Keltner JL, Stroud MH: Ocular dyskinesia in cerebellar disease: Evidence for the similarity of opsoclonus, ocular dysmetria, and flutter-like oscillations . Brain 95:685-692, 1972.Crossref 51. Verroneau-Troutman S: Cyclotropia . Am Orthopt J 22:36-43, 1972. 52. Kersetz AR: The effect of stimulus complexity on human cyclofusion response . Vision Res 12:699-704, 1972.Crossref 53. Levine MH, Zahoruk RM: Disk-macula relationship in diagnosis of vertical muscle paresis . Am J Ophthalmol 73:262-265, 1972. 54. Hartje W: Reading disturbances in the presence of oculomotor disorders . Eur Neurol 7:249-264, 1972.Crossref 55. Rothstein TB, Sacks JG: Defective stereopsis in lesions of the parietal lobe . Am J Ophthalmol 73:281-284, 1972. 56. Beckwitt ML: Stress and strabismus . Isr Ann Psychiatry 9:11-29, 1972. 57. Butler IJ, Hopkins IJ, Smith MA: Neurologic handicaps after low oestriol excretions in pregnancy . Aust Paediatr J 7:92-96, 1972. 58. Smith D, et al: Selected ophthalmologic and orthoptic measurements in families . Arch Ophthalmol 87:278-282, 1972.Crossref 59. Niederecker O, Mash AJ, Spivey BE: Horizontal fusional amplitudes and versions: Comparison in parents of strabismic and nonstrabismic children . Arch Ophthalmol 87:283-285, 1972.Crossref 60. Seba J: Examination of newborn infants for early detection of squint . Cesk Oftalmol 28:120-126, 1972. 61. Epstein DL, Tredici TJ: Use of the four-diopter base in prism test in microexotropia . Am J Ophthalmol 74:340-345, 1972. 62. Cross HE, Pfaffenbach DD: Duane's retraction syndrome and associated congenital malformations . Am J Ophthalmol 73:442-450, 1972. 63. Pfaffenbach DD, Cross HE, Kearns TP: Congenital anomalies in Duane's retraction syndrome . Arch Ophthalmol 88:635-639, 1972.Crossref 64. Wong GY, et al: Primary position deviation in Duane's syndrome . Col of Virginia Q 8:302-303, 1972. 65. Kirkham TH, Bird AC, Sanders MD: Divergence paralysis with raised intracranial pressure . Br J Ophthalmol 56:776-782, 1972.Crossref 66. Pearlman JT, Christensen RE: Motility problems following retinal detachment surgery . Am Orthopt J 22:64-67, 1972. 67. Rumelt MB, Ernest JT: Isolated blowout fracture of the medial orbital wall with medical rectus muscle entrapment . Am J Ophthalmol 73:451-453, 1972. 68. Caygill WM: Excyclotropia in dysthyroid ophthalmology . Am J Ophthalmol 73:437-441, 1972. 69. Kirkland RT, et al: Strabismus and congenital hypothyroidism . J Pediatr 80:648-650, 1972.Crossref 70. Jensen SF: Endocrine ophthalmoplegia: Is it due to myopathy or mechanical immobilization? Acta Ophthalmol 49:679-684, 1972.Crossref 71. Veronneau-Troutman S: Incomitant strabismus: Mechanical anomalies . NY State J Med 72:1258-1260, 1972. 72. Mickatavage RC: Neuro-ophthalmological disease presenting as orthoptic problems . Am Orthopt J 22:44-46, 1972. 73. Cogan DG: Heredity of congenital ocular motor apraxia . Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol 76:60-62, 1972. 74. Koerner F, Schlote W: Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia . Arch Opthalmol 88:155-166, 1972.Crossref 75. Meenan FO, Fitzpatric CM: Psoriasis and strabismus . J Ir Med Assoc 65:42-43, 1972. 76. Nashold BS, Seaber JH: Defects of ocular motility after stereotactic midbrain lesions in man . Arch Ophthalmol 88:245-248, 1972.Crossref 77. von Noorden GK: Classification, diagnosis, and natural history of amblyopia . Isr J Med Sci 8:1465-1468, 1972. 78. Raab EL: The management of strabismic amblyopia . 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Archives of OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 1, 1974

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