By Merrick Moseley BSc PhD, Alistair Fielder MD
This ebook offers a precis and synthesis of present matters and examine in the box of 1 of the main tough paediatric eye stipulations - Amblyopia.
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Nearsimultaneous interactions are signalled using a coincidence circuit, which requires that two gamma rays be detected on opposite sides of the head within a short time interval. See text for further explanation. I. It is an invasive procedure in that it requires an injection of a radioisotope 2. The half-life of the radioisotope is necessarily brief, preventing a full parametric investigation of the cortical area 3. There are strict limitations on the repeated use of subjects 4. It has poor temporal resolution 5.
Let me now add a further, and I believe important, difference that involves how the contrast threshold loss is distributed across the visual field. , 1980). 20, results are given for a population of strabismic and nonstrabismic amblyopes (Hess and Pointer, 1985). 19, we are comparing the contrast sensitivity deficit by plotting the ratio of sensitivity (termed 'threshold elevation ') as a function of spatial frequency. This is done for two different targets; a purely central one and a purely peripheral one.
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Amblyopia: A Multidisciplinary Approach, 1e by Merrick Moseley BSc PhD, Alistair Fielder MD