The monocular and binocular depth thresholds of strabismic subjects have been measured with a modified Howard-Dolman apparatus. Seven out of the 14 strabismic subjects tested were found to have binocular thresholds significantly higher than their monocular ones. These strabismic subjects all had small angles of deviation less than 8 prism dioptres and high acuities in both eyes.
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