A report of the possibilities of orthoptic training was presented before the Section on Ophthalmology of the American Medical Association in June 1933. A second report on the practical details in the orthoptic treatment of strabismus was presented in June 1934. These reports were based on observations made on two groups of patients. One, a control group at the Children's Memorial Hospital, received no orthoptic training, atropinization, occlusion of the fixing eye and a correction of the refractive errors being the only measures carried out. The second group, those seen at Northwestern University, were given orthoptic training. This report is a discussion of these two groups and of additional patients who were sent in for observation at the Children's Memorial Hospital and for observation and treatment at Northwestern University; every subject considered has been under observation for six months or longer.
The examination of the patients included: (1) determination
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