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Preferential Looking Acuity Test for Pediatric Visual Acuity Standard tests for visual acuity depend on verbal responses from the test subject. Teller Acuity Cards offer an easy method for screening any non-verbal patient including adults but especially infants and children. Vision testing is crucial to a child’s healthy growth and development and requires a different … Continue reading Testing & Administrating Teller Acuity Cards® II
The Bailey Lovie Contrast Sensitivity Test created an innovation in Contrast Sensitivity Testing because the charts standardized the test task so that size was the only significant variable from one row to the next. Dr. Ian Bailey, one to the tests developers, discusses the history of how and why the test was developed, the primary … Continue reading Behind the Test – The Bailey Lovie Contrast Sensitivity Test
Noted Ophthalmologist, Dr. Donald Fletcher with special commentary by Dr. Gianfrancesco Villani discus the development of and the uses for the SK Read Vision Test. Dr. Fletcher developed this test after his use of Drs Gordon Legge and J. Stephen Mansfield’s MNRead Test, the SK Read Test has applications for Low Vision Rehabilitation Practitioners (Ophthalmologists, … Continue reading The Case for SK Read
Noted Researcher Dr. August Colenbrander discusses the different points of view between a Doctor who treats a condition versus a Patient whose concerns are more associated with activities of daily living. This video presentation provides instruction on how to bridge the gap between measuring how well the eyes function and determining how well a person … Continue reading How the Eyes Function vs. How the Patient Functions