BINOCULAR VISION

Binocular vision is one highpoint of human visual perception, but it is seldom tested by neurologists.  Patients should wear their near-correction glasses as well as the polarized glasses while viewing test objects. The development of spatial vision and binocular fusion (sensitive period) starts in the human infant at the age of 3–4 months. A reduction in the visual acuity of one or both eyes with morphologic intactness is called amblyopia. The therapy of choice for all forms of amblyopia is an appropriate occlusion therapy which sometimes must be continued until the child is 12 or 13 years old in order to avoid a recurrence.

 

  • Stereopsis
  • Binocular disparity
  • Utrocular discrimination
  • Allelotropia

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