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Alaska Blind Child Discovery

A cooperative, charitable research project to vision screen every preschool Alaskan
   

Photoscreening

 
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PlusoptiX

GoCheck Kids

2WIN

iScreen

Rebion blinq Birefringence Screener

SPOT (Welch Allyn) Vision Screening

SW-800 (SUOER, China)

Cell V100

ADBC (Consumer Digital Camera)

MTI PhotoScreener™ (out of date)

EyeDx (out of date)

VisiScreen (Vision Research) (out of date)

How to get quality Photoscreening Images | TENT

 
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Compared Photoscreeners
   
Delta Center Crescent Photoscreen Interpretation
 
   
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Despite their differences in mechanism, ABCD regards "photoscreening" to include all objective devices that use safe electromagnetic radiation (visible or invisible) to determine amblyopia risk factors. This includes the photoscreeners above as well as remote autorefractors.  
 
 
 
 
the characteristics of an "Ideal Photoscreener"
   
 
 
AAP 2002 Position Paper on Photoscreening
   
 
  AAP 2012 Position Paper on Photoscreening    
 
           
 
  April 6 2013 AAPOS Photoscreen Comparison talk    
 
           

 

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