Introduction;Plotting of Phorias andIntroduction to ACA ratios and Binocular VisionSyndromes; Plotting Blur,Break, Recovery, and Amplitude Findingsand Completing Graphs; Effectsof Lag of Accommodation and Proximal Convergence onZone of Clear Single BinocularVision; Definitions of Terms;Sheard's Criterion; Percival's Criterion; Morgan's Norms and Clinical Analysis; Introductionto Fixation Disparity; ClinicalUse of Fixation Disparity; Prescription Guidelinesfor the Vergence Disorder Case Types show more
"In his preface, Gossnotes that the purpose of his second edition of his manual remainsthe same as the first: to help first and second year optometry students learn the basic conceptsin case analysis of patients withnon-strabismic binocularvision problems. As one whoteaches case analysis tosecond year students, I found the first edition to be unparalled in its readability and practicality. A work can be acclaimedas a classic when it acquires the appellation of its author's last name. As one refers to "Borish," or "Bartlett and Jaanus,"one merely mentions "Goss"when referencinginformation on graphical analysisand normative case analysis_ I imaginedit hard for Dr. Goss to improve on the first edition, buthe has managed to do so." -- OptometricEducation, Volume 22, Number 3/ Spring1997.
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