amblyogenic

am·bly·o·gen·ic

(am'blē-ō-jen'ic),
Inducing amblyopia.
[amblyopia + -genic]

am·bly·o·gen·ic

(am'blē-ō-jen'ik)
Inducing amblyopia
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Screening for amblyogenic factors using a volunteer lay network and the MTI PhotoScreener: Initial results from 15,000 preschool children in a statewide effort".
Early screening for amblyogenic risk factors lowers the prevalence and severity of amblyopia.
Vivakor will use the grant, which was also acknowledged by the Senior United States Senator from Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley, to help fund a vision research project entitled, "Development of a digital photo-refractor (DPR) to detect amblyogenic risk factors.
Bill Scott, author of the study, states, "The MTI PhotoScreener is an accurate and reliable device designed to detect amblyogenic factors in young children.
The SureSight Vision Screener provides practitioners with an affordable, efficient and highly effective screening method for refractive amblyogenic risk factors in young children.
It has also been the subject of several university studies, including comprehensive research at the University of Iowa, where testing of one thousand children concluded that "the MTI PhotoScreener is an accurate and reliable device designed to detect amblyogenic factors in young children.
Sandra Holgado, concluded that "the MTI Photoscreener(tm) is an accurate and reliable device designed to detect amblyogenic factors in young children.
Scott is also an experienced researcher and author of several published works including "Photoscreening for Amblyogenic Factors" which appeared in the Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus last year.