Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 2, issue 3, P115-118 1963 DOI: 10.1177/000992286300200303 View full text
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Edmund B. Spaeth

Abstract: THE pEDiATRiciAN has a responsibility to the young child with a manifest oculomotor deviation, and to the parents of that child, which is so frequently disregarded that this has become a chronic complaint by the ophthalmologist. The parents of the child are at fault, at times, because they have misunderstood a comment made by the pediatrician, deliberately, for their own peace of mind; or, unfortunately misinterpreted. Regardless of the true facts, parents report to an ophthalmologist, distressingly often, wi…

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