Use of photoscreening for children's vision screening

Jack T. Swanson, F. Lane France, Katherine C. Teets Grimm, Norman Harbaugh, Thomas Herr, John Jakubec, Allan S. Lieberthal, Kyle Yasuda, Bob Sebring, Gary T. Denslow, Steven J. Lichtenstein, Jay Bernstein, Edward G. Buckley, George S. Ellis, Gregg T. Lueder, James B. Ruben, Allan M. Eisenbaum, Walter M. Fierson, Harold P. Koller, Stephanie Mucha

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This statement asserts that all children should be screened for risk factors associated with amblyopia. Guidelines are suggested for the use of photoscreening as a technique for the detection of amblyopia and strabismus in children of various age groups. The American Academy of Pediatrics favors additional research of the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of photoscreening as a vision screening tool.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)524-525
Number of pages2
Issue number3
StatePublished - 2002


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