Journal of AAPOS presents expert information on children's eye diseases and on strabismus as it impacts all age groups. Major articles by leading experts in the field cover clinical and investigative studies, treatments, case reports, surgical techniques, descriptions of instrumentation, current concept reviews, and new diagnostic techniques. The Journal is the official publication of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus.
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Birch EE, Li SL, Jost RM, Morale SE, De La Cruz A, Stager D, Dao L, Stager DR
Binocular iPad treatment for amblyopia in preschool children.
J AAPOS 2015;19:6-11
Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group
A randomized trial of adding a plano lens to atropine for amblyopia.
J AAPOS 2015;19:42-8.
Redd TK, Read-Brown S, Choi D, Yackel TR, Tu DC, Chiang MF
Electronic health record impact on pediatric ophthalmologists' productivity and efficiency at an academic center.
J AAPOS 2014;18:584-9
Bhardwaj G, Jacobs MB, Martin FJ, Donaldson C, Moran KT, Vollmer-Conna U, Mitchell P, Coroneo MT
Grading system for retinal hemorrhages in abusive head trauma: clinical description and reliability study.
J AAPOS 2014;18:523-8
Tandon AK, Velez FG, Isenberg SJ, Demer JL, Pineles SL
Binocular inhibition in strabismic patients is associated with diminished quality of life.
J AAPOS 2014;18:423-6
Cronemberger S, Calixto N, Avellar Milhomens TG, et al.
Effect of IOP control on central corneal thickness, horizontal corneal diameter and axial length in primary congenital glaucoma.
J AAPOS 2014;18:433-6
Connective tissues reflect different mechanisms of strabismus over the life span.
J AAPOS 2014;18:309-15.
Christoff A, Raab EL, Guyton DL, et al..
DVD--a conceptual, clinical, and surgical overview.
J AAPOS 2014;18:378-84