anisometropia


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difference in the refractive power of the two eyes

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The study comprised 43 patients with unilateral amblyopia (28 with anisometropia and 15 with esotropia) and 15 persons with normal visual acuity (via random sampling).
Anisometropia is the optical condition in which there is a difference in the refractive power of the two eyes of the same patient.
00 diopters, (2) anisometropia greater than 4 diopters in hypermetropics and greater than 6 diopters in myopics (by using spherical equivalents), (3) ocular movement disorders more than one gaze position in one eye or equal or more than one gaze position in both eyes, (4) visual field loss greater than 2/3 in one eye or greater than 1/2 in both eyes with regard to Humphrey visual field perimeter using central 30/2 SITA Fast program and (5) any night blinding disorder including retinitis pigmentosa, stationary night blinding disorders, etc.
There was also a higher incidence of anisometropia (25%).
This leads to the increased likelihood of postoperative refractive errors and anisometropia.
A new study in Optometry and Vision Science reports that older adults show a high rate of anisometropia, or unequal vision, which can be a leading contributor to disabling falls.
They also were likelier to have anisometropia, meaning their two eyes have unequal refractive power.
enucleation or no light perception), amblyopia, anisometropia greater than 2.
Relationship between anisometropia, patient age, and the development of amblyopia.
La anisometropia miopica leve (menos de -3D) no suele causar ambliopia pero la miopia unilateral elevada (<6D) si.
About one-third to one-half of the amblyopia cases are caused by differences in the degree of nearsightedness or farsightedness between the two eyes, a condition known as anisometropia.
05 diopter, an astigmatism and anisometropia of less than 2.