Ocular Accommodation, Covergence, and Fixation Disparity: A Manual of Clinical Analysis / Edition 2

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Overview

This popular manual introduces the organization and analysis of clinical optometric data used in writing prescriptions for glasses. This edition has been greatly expanded to include new information on accommodative disorders and fixation disparity (among others). Case reports integrated throughout the text illustrate the management process.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Michael H. Cho, OD, FAAO (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Description: This book attempts to provide a basic understanding of analysis of optometric findings to diagnose accommodation and convergence dysfunctions. It describes pertinent tests and explains their significance, providing a systematic approach to diagnosing and managing patients with accommodation and convergence problems using graphical analysis.
Purpose: The purpose is to help the optometry student learn basic concepts of clinical evaluation of accommodation and convergence and to provide the fundamentals for a systematic analysis of nonstrabismic binocular problems. These worthy objectives appear to be met in the book.
Audience: This book is primarily written for first- and second-year optometry students and possibly for ophthalmology residents. This book would also be beneficial to third- and fourth-year optometry students who have had some clinical experience in primary care. This author is certainly credible and is recognized as an authority in this area.
Features: The author provides numerous graphs that are useful. Illustrations and black-and-white photographs are adequate. The references are current and in some chapters very extensive. The table of contents and index are adequate. The size of the book is good for portability in clinical use. Case presentations and practice problems are useful.
Assessment: This is a useful and clinical book that would offer optometry students a useful reference for accommodation and convergence disorders. The book is well written and easy to understand. It combines theory and clinical practice. The explanations and theories are not too extensive. This is a good, basic book on this topic.
Michael H. Cho
This book attempts to provide a basic understanding of analysis of optometric findings to diagnose accommodation and convergence dysfunctions. It describes pertinent tests and explains their significance, providing a systematic approach to diagnosing and managing patients with accommodation and convergence problems using graphical analysis. The purpose is to help the optometry student learn basic concepts of clinical evaluation of accommodation and convergence and to provide the fundamentals for a systematic analysis of nonstrabismic binocular problems. These worthy objectives appear to be met in the book. This book is primarily written for first- and second-year optometry students and possibly for ophthalmology residents. This book would also be beneficial to third- and fourth-year optometry students who have had some clinical experience in primary care. This author is certainly credible and is recognized as an authority in this area. The author provides numerous graphs that are useful. Illustrations and black-and-white photographs are adequate. The references are current and in some chapters very extensive. The table of contents and index are adequate. The size of the book is good for portability in clinical use. Case presentations and practice problems are useful. This is a useful and clinical book that would offer optometry students a useful reference for accommodation and convergence disorders. The book is well written and easy to understand. It combines theory and clinical practice. The explanations and theories are not too extensive. This is a good, basic book on this topic.
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A manual covering the basics of clinical evaluation of accommodation and convergence, and the fundamentals of graphical analysis of nonstrabismic binocular vision problems. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750694971
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 7/26/1995
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 222
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Professor, School of Optometry, Indiana University, Bloomington

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Plotting of Phorias and Introduction to ACA ratios and Binocular Vision Syndromes; Plotting Blur, Break, Recovery, and Amplitude Findings and Completing Graphs; Effects of Lag of Accommodation and Proximal Convergence on Zone of Clear Single Binocular Vision; Definitions of Terms; Sheard's Criterion; Percival's Criterion; Morgan's Norms and Clinical Analysis; Introduction to Fixation Disparity; Clinical Use of Fixation Disparity; Prescription Guidelines for the Vergence Disorder Case Types; Presbyopia; Nonpresbyopic Accommodative Disorders; Introduction to Vision Training for Accommodation and Convergence Disorders; Further Consideration of Accommodation, Convergence, and Their Interactions; Other Systems of Case Analysis; Vertical Imbalances

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