volume 55, issue 3, P386-394 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1977.tb06113.x
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RUTH RIISE, ALBERT KOLSTAD, STEIN BRUUN, ANNE ESPELAND

Abstract: Seveteen children under the age of ten years with unilateral traumatic aphakia, who had been fitted with contact lenses, were reviewed by an ophthalmologist and an orthoptist, on average three years after the injury. Thirteen children were still using their lenses. Of the seventeen, none were deeply amblyopic. Only one had orthophoria. Twelve of the seventeen had heterotropia, which in most cases was moderate. Six of the children achieved stereopsis in the synoptophore, only four by the Titmus sterotest, all o…

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