The contrast thresholds of random dot stereograms were obtained for both anisometropic amblyopic and normal patients. The elevation of the contrast threshold found in both amblyopic and non-amblyopic eyes of the anisometropes reflects the relative strength of the binocular inhibition mechanism present. These findings were related to the standard clinical tests used in this investigation and other recent psychophysical and physiological investigations.
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