hypermetropic


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Synonyms for hypermetropic

abnormal ability to focus of distant objects

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32 patients of 300 patients were hypermetropic astigmatic individuals with average corneal thickness of 532 micrometres, SD (30).
The reason for the higher incidence of headache in hypermetropic astigmatism and mixed astigmatism may be that involuntary, sustained excessive accommodative efforts put the eyes under strain.
We know very little about emmetropic eyes even though they should be used for comparisons with myopic and hypermetropic eyes," said Juan Alberto Sanchis-Gimeno, researcher at the University of Valencia and lead author of the study explains to SINC.
Hypermetropic errors of RAE patients were reported in many studies.
According to J&J, the benefits of the range for practitioners include simple lens selection, whether patients are myopic, hypermetropic or astigmatic, as well as a 93% first-fit success.
33% adults were found to have myopia, 30% had myopic astigmatism, 15% had hypermetropia, 5% had hypermetropic astigmatism, and 6.
Table 1: Age wise Stratification of Refractive Status Simple Simple Myopic Hypermetropic Parameter Myopia Hypermetropia Astigmatism Astigmatism 5-10 Years 7 12 3 1 Row% 22% 38% 9% 3% Col% 70% 60% 75% 100% 11-15 Years 3 8 1 0 Row% 17% 44% 5% 0% Col% 30% 40% 25% 0% Total 10 20 4 1 Row% 20% 40% 8% 2% Col% 100% 100% 100% 100% Parameter Esotropia Exotropia Total 5-10 Years 3 6 32 Row% 9% 19% 100% Col% 60% 60% 64% 11-15 Years 2 4 18 Row% 11% 22% 100% Col% 40% 40% 36% Total 5 10 50 Row% 10% 20% 100% Col% 100% 100% 100% Table 2: Status after 3 months Post-occlusion Therapy in different Age Groups Post Occlusion Therapy--Third Month Age Improved Not Improved Total 5-10 Yrs.
However this can be due to significantly higher mean age in hypermetropic group than myopes (Table-I) and studies have shown that HOAs increase with age.
Simple hypermetropic refractive error was responsible for amblyopia in 10 (66.
For example, a speech and language therapist trying to encourage a child to copy rather subtle mouth movements will need to know that the child is hypermetropic and therefore has spectacles to wear for close work so that he/she can adequately see the mouth movements.
9) claimed that adjusting the lens strength to be slightly hypermetropic in patients with macular pathology will reduce myopic shift.
Measurement of accommodation (see article three of this series, OT March 23, 2012) is essential in deciding on whether hypermetropic prescriptions should be prescribed especially in children who cannot yet carry out near acuity measurements and/or describe symptoms.
In the ANISOMETROPIC HYPERMETROPIC amblyopia there was no significant statistical difference between amblyopic and normal eye (Table 4)
38) In three of the six cases, paroxetine was identified in geriatric patients (aged between 70-91 years), 2 of the cases were young patients who were hypermetropic, and plateau iris configuration was identified in one patient.
29DS more hypermetropic with cyclopentolate, highlighting the accurate results that can be obtained when there is adequate accommodative control during static retinoscopy.