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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
In summary, the ophthalmologist's role in caring for dyslectic children is simply caring for ocular problems. It is rather easy to separate the ocular defects from the nebulous concepts of dyslexia or learning disability. It is also easy to make the decision when and to what degree ophthalmological care is indicated with a clear and attainable goal in sight. Eye exercises or so-called visual training have virtually no value. Practically, the ophthalmologist's most valuable tool in caring for dyslexia is honesty about his results.
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