Study of Contemporary Amblyopia Categorisation and Further Grouping Research
作者: 赵建浩 ：香港中文大学眼科及视觉科学学系，香港;
Abstract: The aim of this article is to further investigate the categorization of Amblyopia, in order to form a systematic, comprehensive grouping for future Amblyopia researches. The author observed cases for vision correction with more than 2 lines, as well as Anisometropia with 0.5 D or more discrepancies between both eyes spherical equivalent. The author further studied the result and effect of different combination among Single Eye Strabismus, Anisometropia, Dep- rivation, Refractive Error etc., and came to a conclusion that there should be only 3 major categories. They are Ani- sometropic Amblyopia, Monofixation Syndrome Amblyopia and Strabismus combining with Anisometropic Amblyopia, of which can be classified into 36 groups for clinical research. It is important for researchers to be careful and avoid the potential source which will jeopardise the “equivalent”, “same nature” and “balance” between cases, such as severe case of Amblyopia, Non-stereo acuity, just to name a few. The author then raises the “Spring-like Effect of Vision Re- habilitation” hypothesis, to describe the 3 categories as “3 steps” of treatments. Furthermore, the author also predicts that Anisometropia and Strabismus will no longer be a major concern for public.
文章引用: 赵建浩 (2013) 弱视当代分类与其研究分组设计的探讨。 眼科学， 2， 10-16. doi: 10.12677/HJO.2013.22003
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