Table 1.

Clinical data

ObserverAge (years)GenderCover testEyeRefractive errorSnellen VAStereopsis (arcsec)Type of amblyopia
SF18M6Δ L ExoTR−1.50/−0.25 × 9020/12.5+1Failed (>400)Strab
LPlano/−1.00 × 3020/125−2 (20/80+2)
JS22F7Δ L EsoTR+1.0020/1670Strab
5Δ L HyperTL+0.7520/32+1 (20/20−1)
AA29F>30Δ Alt EsoTR−2.00/−2.25 × 18020/25−2 (20/20+2)Failed (>400)Strab
10Δ R HyperTL−3.75/−2.00 × 520/20+2
SC29MNMDR+0.5020/16+2Failed (>400)Aniso
L+3.25/−0.50 × 15520/50+2 (20/40−2)
ED39MNMDR+2.25/−1.00 × 7020/32 (20/32+1)25Aniso
L+0.25/−0.25 × 11020/16+2
VC22F5Δ R ExoTR+4.75/−1.50 × 1020/125−4 (20/125−1)Failed (>400)Strab and Aniso
LPlano/−0.50 × 17020/12.5−2
AW23F5Δ R ExoTR+2.75/−1.00 × 16020/80−1 (20/50−1)Failed (>400)Strab and Aniso
4Δ L HyperTL−1.00/−0.50 × 18020/16−1
BK24MNMDR−6.25/−1.25×1020/20+220Normal
L−7.00/−1.25 × 16020/20+2
DW22FNMDRPlano/−0.50 × 1020/16−120Normal
LPlano20/16−2
  • Seven adults with strabismic (Strab) and/or anisometropic (Aniso) amblyopia participated. Their visual acuity (VA) in the amblyopic eye ranged from ≈20/25 (mild) to ≈20/125 (severe), and their isolated letter acuity is listed in parenthesis. M, Male; F, female; R, right; L, left; ExoT, exotropia; EsoT, esotropia; Hyper T, hypertropia; Alt, alternate; NMD, no movement detected.