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This book is the most exhaustive and complete treatise on strabismus yet published and is based on personal conceptions and observations with a review and discussion at considerable length of all the views hitherto propounded by different authors.
The first part is purely physiologic and pertains to visual perception and spatial optic sense in single and binocular vision, with a special study of the latter and a discussion of the different conceptions and theories thereon ; the physiology of the optic movements, and fusion, with the methods for its investigation.
The second part is devoted to the pathologic process of ocular motility and deals successively with disturbances in the muscular equilibrium of the eyes; manifest squint, with a study of spatial projection in concomitant squint, of binocular vision in this condition with variations of normal and abnormal correspondence, of the visual field in squint and of strabismal amblyopia; the examination of
Finlay CE. Estrabismo. Arch Ophthalmol. 1939;22(3):522. doi:10.1001/archopht.1939.00860090188025
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