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orthoptic

[ȯr′thäp·tik]
(mathematics)
The locus of the intersection of tangents to a given curve that meet at a right angle.
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Orthoptic evaluation included measurement of the near point of convergence and power of accommodation.
Intervention was intensive orthoptic screening at 8, 12, 18, 25, 31 and 37 months (intensive group).
Diagnosis involved clinical examination, CT scan and orthoptic investigations.
For two years she was the chair of the British and Irish Orthoptic Society, which promotes the profession at a national level.
Orthoptic treatment or eye "reeducation" can also help improve strabismus.
Orthoptic correction with prisms or patching can be attempted.
New macular, optome-try and contact lens departments have been established at the Wolverhampton hospital this week, alongside existing A&E, outpatients and orthoptic services.
Vascular complications after orthoptic liver transplantation.
David Kirschen, Ph.D., OD Vision and Baseball: What Chief of Binocular Vision and the Scientific Research Orthoptic Services at the Tells Us" Jules Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine SATURDAY, JAN.
Tyrosinemia type I: orthoptic liver transplantation as the only definitive answer to a metabolic as well as an oncological problem.
MORE THAN 100 nurses attended the New Zealand Ophthalmic Nurses' Conference, held as part of the 35th Royal Australian New Zealand College Ophthalmologists Annual Scientific Congress and the Orthoptic Association of Australia meetings in Auckland in November.