Care of the patient with learning related vision problems. [American Optometric Association]
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Care of the patient with learning related vision problems.
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School-age children with learning related vision problems
The guideline developer performed literature searches using the following electronic databases:
Data and new references were included if the team found groups of published papers to include the same data and/or if the team consensus was to include based on the research results (no ranking criteria were used).
All terms related to the learning related vision problems of all ages, especially children, and ocular and systemic manifestations were included in the literature search.
Methods Used to Assess the Quality and Strength of the Evidence
The American Optometric Association (AOA) Guidelines Review Committee reviews the list of all AOA guidelines per year for currency and solicits experienced and reputable writers to work on guidelines.
Together with the writer, references are searched for new information to include or exclude from the current guideline.
This team is diversified to include clinical practice doctors, academicians, researchers, and volunteer members from around the country ranging in age, race, ethnicity, gender, and location.