Redefining Outcomes: Fifty Years of Decision Making in Strabismus Management

Dickey, Carol F.
January 1999
American Orthoptic Journal;1999, Vol. 49, p49
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study which demonstrated the decision analysis method used by outcome researchers in common strabismus entities such as amblyopia, convergence excess esotropia and infantile esotropia. Methodology; Results and discussion.


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