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In this study, we presented a quantitative ET-based approach to analyze the fusional convergence response in subjects with normal binocular vision.
Riddell, "Disparity-driven vs blur-driven models of accommodation and convergence in binocular vision and intermittent strabismus," Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, vol.
On the other hand, many patients have abnormal binocular vision after perfect correction.4,9 The factors affecting stereoacuity were examined in many studies, but contradictory results were published.10 In this study, we sought to find out the factors affecting stereoacuity in patients with RAE.
Convergence Insufficiency (CI): Definition: Convergence Insufficiency (CI) is a binocular vision disorder; first described by von Graefe (1) in 1855 and later elaborated by Duane (2) and is typically characterized by the following signs:
Since our sample excluded all subjects with accommodative and binocular vision anomalies, these symptoms are likely to be due to visual fatigue associated with computer use.
According to binocular vision classifications, there were 49 and 98 men whose binocular vision was higher than 0.3 in Groups 1 and 2, respectively.
(2002) studied for instance the role of binocular vision in six participants when walking along a pathway and stepping over an obstacle under three vision conditions: (1) binocular vision throughout the trial, (2) binocular vision at the beginning of the trial, and (3) monocular vision throughout the trial.
Unfortunately, some people suffer from poor binocular vision, rendering them incapable of perceiving 3D images.
*Ultra Elite results (excl mono vision and partial treatments) July 13-November 3, 2009 (Binocular vision).
A flickering stimuli method for investigating temporal features of binocular vision is introduced and experimental
Binocular vision; development, depth perception, and disorders.
Binocular Vision "Besides feeling more natural and relaxing, binocular vision enhances several areas of visual performance that are important for astronomical observing.