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(antimetropia) articles in PubMed
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  • Progressive adult antimetropia. [Case Reports]
  • Clin Exp Optom 2014; 97(4):375-8CE
  • Vincent SJ, Read SA
  • Antimetropia, a sub-classification of anisometropia, is a rare refractive condition in which one eye is myopic and the fellow eye is hyperopic. This case report describes the ocular characteristics a...
  • Prevalence of paradoxical anisometropia. [Journal Article]
  • J Am Optom Assoc 1987; 58(7):572-6JA
  • Hallak J, Yu J
  • A sample population of patients with a certain degree of antimetropia or mixed anisometropia was selected. Binocular interference or paradoxical dominance was expected in some of them. This interfere...
  • Blink vergence in an antimetropic patient. [Case Reports]
  • Am J Optom Physiol Opt 1986; 63(12):981-4AJ
  • Peli E, McCormack G
  • A patient with uncorrected antimetropia was found to attain motor fusion through blinking. Although this patient was also able to attain motor fusion through saccadic vergence and slow fusional verge...
  • An unusual case of antimetropia. [Case Reports]
  • Am J Optom Physiol Opt 1985; 62(4):287-91AJ
  • Rabin J
  • Antimetropia is a condition in which one eye is myopic and the fellow eye is hyperopic. This report describes functional and optical characteristics of a patient with a substantial degree of antimetr...
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