Quantitative Measurement of Interocular Suppression in Anisometropic Amblyopia – Corrected Proof

We read with great interest the recently published study by Li et al and would like to provide feedback on a several issues related to their methodology, statistical analysis, and sample selection. This study is described as both a case-control study and a cohort study; however, the former description is incorrect. A case-control study would involve a group of patients who have the outcome of interest (cases) and a group of patients who do not have the outcome of interest (controls). In the current study, the authors selected a group of participants based on an exposure of interest, anisometropic amblyopia. Although (Read more...)

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