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    Early diagnosis of amblyopia

    Hunter, David, Cotter, Susan
    Visual neuroscience, January 2018, Vol.35, pp.E013 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Early diagnosis of amblyopia
    Auteur: Hunter, David; Cotter, Susan
    Sujet: Hyperopia ; Photoscreening ; Retinal Polarization Scan ; Risk Factors ; Vision Screening ; Early Diagnosis ; Amblyopia -- Diagnosis
    Description: Amblyopia can be improved or eliminated more easily when treated early in life. Because amblyopia in older children is generally less responsive to treatment (Holmes et al., 2011), there is a premium on the early identification of amblyopia and its risk factors and the subsequent treatment thereof. Clinical preference is to institute treatment in children before 7 years of age when an optimal visual outcome is typically easier to obtain.
    Fait partie de: Visual neuroscience, January 2018, Vol.35, pp.E013
    Identifiant: 1469-8714 (E-ISSN); 29905128 Version (PMID); 10.1017/S0952523817000207 (DOI)

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    Dispute resolution methods

    Campbell, Dennis, 1939-, Cotter, Susan
    Center for International Legal Studies
    London ; Dordrecht [etc.] : Graham & Trotman : M. Nijhoff
    1995
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    Titre: Dispute resolution methods / general ed. Dennis Campbell ; ed. Susan Cotter ; Center for International Legal Studies
    Auteur: Campbell, Dennis, 1939-; Cotter, Susan
    Contributeur: Center for International Legal Studies
    Editeur: London ; Dordrecht [etc.] : Graham & Trotman : M. Nijhoff
    Date: 1995
    Collation: XII, 466 p. ; 24 cm
    Collection: Comparative law yearbook of international business ; 1994, special issue
    Documents dans cette collection: Comparative law yearbook of international business
    Sujet RERO: Droit comparé - Arbitrage commercial international
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Classification: dr-sys A 29.1 g
    dr-sys A 97.2 g
    dr-sys A 96 h
    Identifiant: 1859661807 (ISBN)
    No RERO: 1970930
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-1970930/html?view=FR_V1

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    The Amblyopia Treatment Studies

    Chen, Angela M, Cotter, Susan A
    Advances in ophthalmology and optometry, August 2016, Vol.1(1), pp.287-305 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Titre: Causes of low vision and blindness in adult Latinos: The Los Angeles Latino Eye Study
    Auteur: Cotter, Susan Anne
    Editeur: University of Southern California Digital Library (USC.DL)
    Date: 2016
    Sujet: Clinical And Biomedical Investigations ; Health Sciences, Ophthalmology ; Health Sciences, Public Health ; Hispanic American Studies
    Identifiant: 10.25549/USCTHESES-C16-55677 (DOI)

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    Should amblyopia be treated?

    Kulp, Marjean T., Cotter, Susan A., Connor, Alan J., Clarke, Michael P.
    Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, March 2014, Vol.34(2), pp.226-232 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The effect of part-time patching on near stereoacuity, control, and angle in childhood intermittent exotropia

    Mohney, Brian G, Cotter, Susan A, Chandler, Danielle L, Holmes, Jonathan M
    Journal of AAPOS, August 2014, Vol.18(4), pp.e6-e6 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Effect of treatment of symptomatic convergence insufficiency on reading in children: a pilot study

    Scheiman, Mitchell, Chase, Christopher, Borsting, Eric, Mitchell, Gladys Lynn, Kulp, Marjean T, Cotter, Susan A
    Clinical and Experimental Optometry, July 2018, Vol.101(4), pp.585-593 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Color Vision Deficiency in Preschool Children

    Xie, John Z, Tarczy-Hornoch, Kristina, Lin, Jesse, Cotter, Susan A, Torres, Mina, Varma, Rohit
    Ophthalmology (Rochester, Minn.), July 2014, Vol.121(7), pp.1469-1474 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Accommodative performance of children with unilateral amblyopia

    Manh, Vivian, Chen, Angela M, Tarczy-Hornoch, Kristina, Cotter, Susan A, Candy, T Rowan
    Investigative ophthalmology & visual science, 27 January 2015, Vol.56(2), pp.1193-207 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Accommodative performance of children with unilateral amblyopia
    Auteur: Manh, Vivian; Chen, Angela M; Tarczy-Hornoch, Kristina; Cotter, Susan A; Candy, T Rowan
    Sujet: Accommodation ; Amblyopia ; Children'S Vision ; Accommodation, Ocular -- Physiology ; Amblyopia -- Physiopathology ; Retina -- Physiopathology ; Vision, Monocular -- Physiology
    Description: The purpose of this study was to compare the accommodative performance of the amblyopic eye of children with unilateral amblyopia to that of their nonamblyopic eye, and also to that of children without amblyopia, during both monocular and binocular viewing. Modified Nott retinoscopy was used to measure accommodative performance of 38 subjects with unilateral amblyopia and 25 subjects with typical vision from 3 to 13 years of age during monocular and binocular viewing at target distances of 50, 33, and 25 cm. The relationship between accommodative demand and interocular difference (IOD) in accommodative error was assessed in each group. The mean IOD in monocular accommodative error for amblyopic subjects across all three viewing distances was 0.49 diopters (D) (95% confidence interval [CI], ±1.12 D) in the 180° meridian and 0.54 D (95% CI, ±1.27 D) in the 90° meridian, with the amblyopic eye exhibiting greater accommodative errors on average. Interocular difference in monocular accommodative error increased significantly with increasing accommodative demand; 5%, 47%, and 58% of amblyopic subjects had monocular errors in the amblyopic eye that fell outside the upper 95% confidence limit for the better eye of control subjects at viewing distances of 50, 33, and 25 cm, respectively. When viewing monocularly, children with unilateral amblyopia had greater mean accommodative errors in their amblyopic eyes than in their nonamblyopic eyes, and when compared with control subjects. This could lead to unintended retinal image defocus during patching therapy for amblyopia.
    Fait partie de: Investigative ophthalmology & visual science, 27 January 2015, Vol.56(2), pp.1193-207
    Identifiant: 1552-5783 (E-ISSN); 25626970 Version (PMID); 10.1167/iovs.14-14948 (DOI)

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    Interventions to slow progression of myopia in children

    Walline, Jeffrey J, Lindsley, Kristina, Vedula, Satyanarayana S, Cotter, Susan A, Mutti, Donald O, Twelker, J Daniel
    The Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 07 December 2011(12), pp.CD004916 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]