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A Model Of The Mechanics Of Binocular Alignment.

J. Miller, D. A. Robinson
Published 1984 · Computer Science, Medicine

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A computer model (SQUINT) of the static mechanics of human eyes is developed and applied to the diagnosis and treatment of defects of binocular alignment (strabismus). Brief discussions of ocular anatomy, binocular vision, strabismus and its surgical correction, and early strabismus modeling are provided for nonspecialists in these areas. Models of muscle force, muscle path, globe translation, and binocularity are developed. To illustrate the use of the model in clinical cases, it is applied to the diagnosis and surgical treatment of a case of superior oblique palsy. The model's implementation under the UNIX operating system is described.
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