A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

E E Birch, D R Stager. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1985
Times Cited: 76



D L Mayer, A B Fulton. Trans Ophthalmol Soc U K 1985
Times Cited: 21




List of shared articles



Times cited

The development of monocular and binocular VEP acuity.
R D Hamer, A M Norcia, C W Tyler, C Hsu-Winges. Vision Res 1989
45

[Normal and disordered visual development with preferential looking].
K P Boergen, T Kau, B Lorenz, E Rosenauer. Klin Monbl Augenheilkd 1991
4

Teller acuity cards versus clinical judgment in the diagnosis of amblyopia with strabismus.
G S Ellis, E E Hartmann, A Love, J G May, K S Morgan. Ophthalmology 1988
26


Congenital esotropia.
L B Nelson, R S Wagner, J W Simon, R D Harley. Surv Ophthalmol 1987
55

Criteria for monocular acuity deficit in infancy and early childhood.
E E Birch, L A Hale. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 1988
52

Preferential looking techniques yield important information in strabismic amblyopia follow-up.
F V Brovarone, A Fea, L Chiadò Piat, G Porro, M Ponzetto, F Cortassa. Doc Ophthalmol 1993
0

Monocular visual outcome in untreated early onset esotropia.
W V Good, L C da Sa, C J Lyons, C S Hoyt. Br J Ophthalmol 1993
13

Acuity assessment of non-verbal infants and children: clinical experience with the acuity card procedure.
G Mohn, J van Hof-van Duin, W P Fetter, L de Groot, M Hage. Dev Med Child Neurol 1988
66