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Fluorescein retinal angiographic studies of functional amblyopia



Fluorescein retinal angiographic studies of functional amblyopia



Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 17(5): 318-319



Bilateral fluorescein retinal angiographic studies were performed on six persons with unilateral functional strabismic amblyopia. The angiograms were studied using single-blind method for changes that might be attributable to the amblyopia. No such changes were found.

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