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2015-32: Is the 15∆ base in prism test reliable for detection of amblyopia in anisometropic patients?

Children and inhertable diseases
Outcome research
Contract Research
Inclusion stopped on 1-12-2015

The 15∆ base in prism test (15∆BIPT) introduced by Gobin is often used in The Netherlands to detect fixation preference, especially in young and preverbal children in whom a reliable measurement of the visual acuity (VA) is difficult. It is assumed that the fixation preference detected by the 15∆BIPT can be used to predict the presence of amblyopia. The aim of this unicenter retrospective study was to investigate the accuracy of the 15∆BIPT in detection of amblyopia in anisometropic patients.

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