Br J Ophthalmol 62:748-755 doi:10.1136/bjo.62.11.748
  • Research Article

Preliminary results of a physiologically based treatment of amblyopia.


An apparatus has been developed in which high-contrast square-wave gratings are rotated in front of the amblyopic eye while the child is performing some task requiring visual concentration. In the course of three 7-minute treatments 73% of patients treated achieved 6/12 or better; 75% of these patients had previously undertaken conventional or minimal occlusion.

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