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J Am Optom Assoc. 1985 Jul;56(7):560-2.

General binocular dysfunctions in an urban optometry clinic.

Abstract

The prevalence of general binocular dysfunction with asthenopia was determined for non-presbyopes at an urban optometry clinic serving municipal workers and their dependents. Of the sample of 119 patients, 42.9% had jobs with heavy desk work demands (primarily secretarial and clerical) and 39.5% were students. The prevalence of symptomatic general binocular dysfunction was 21.0%. Accommodative dysfunctions were the most commonly encountered condition at 16.8%. Symptomatic near esophoria was found in 5.9% of patients and convergence insufficiency in 4.2%. Both vergence dysfunctions overlapped with accommodative dysfunctions.

PMID:
4020010
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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