Demonstration of the MTI Photoscreener used for early, valid detection of amblyopia in children. DEveloped by Howard Freedman, this Polaroid-based, sequential, orthogonal photoscreener is the most widely validated in part due to the flexibility of user interpretation of the images. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends photoscreening in a series of age-appropriate screenings during a child’s first decade. Amblyopia is a form of blindness that can be cured with early detection and thorough treatment. Photoscreening can be reimbursed using CPT code 99174. ABCD-Vision.org

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