PMID: 3817317Dec 1, 1986Paper

Assessment of visual acuity in infants and children: the acuity card procedure

Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
D Y TellerV Dobson

Abstract

The 'acuity card' procedure described here is a simplified method of testing visual acuity of infants and young children, and has been developed to allow preferential looking to be assessed in a laboratory or clinic. A higher proportion of children can be tested successfully than has been reported for more traditional procedures. Initial studies indicate that the acuity card procedure is a fast, accurate method for assessing the acuity of normal infants and children, and those with visual or neurological impairments, across a wide age-range and in both clinical and laboratory settings.

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