alexa General binocular disorders: prevalence in a clinic population.
Ophthalmology

Ophthalmology

Optometry: Open Access

Author(s): Lara F, Cacho P, Garca A, Megas R

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Abstract The purpose of this paper was to study the prevalence of nonstrabismic accommodative and binocular dysfunctions in a clinical population. We examined 265 symptomatic patients who were chosen from an optometric clinic. We performed several tests to diagnose any form of refractive, accommodative or binocular dysfunction. Of the 265 subjects examined, 59 patients (22.3\%) had some form of accommodative or binocular dysfunction and required not just the correction of the refractive error but a specific treatment for each of the problems diagnosed. The remaining subjects were classed as having refractive anomalies. The frequency of binocular dysfunctions was 12.9\%, and 9.4\% for accommodative anomalies. Convergence excess (4.5\%) was more prevalent than convergence insufficiency (0.8\%) and accommodative excess (6.4\%) more prevalent than accommodative insufficiency (3\%).
This article was published in Ophthalmic Physiol Opt and referenced in Optometry: Open Access

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