Assessment of binocular vision in community practice

This article focuses on the tests used for the detection and measurement of binocular anomalies, many of which can be performed without the need for expensive or sophisticated equipment.

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Introduction 

Community optometrists have an important role to play in the detection and management of binocular vision anomalies. This article is focused on the tests used for the detection and measurement of binocular anomalies. Most of the investigations described can be performed without the need for expensive or sophisticated equipment.

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