ametropia


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Those children diagnosed with ametropia were subsequently recalled for post mydriatic testing for best corrected visual acuity, and prescribed with glasses.
Refractive lensectomy to correct ametropia. J Cataract Refract Surg.
Murphy, "Refractive states of eyes and association between ametropia and breed in dogs," American Journal of Veterinary Research, vol.
Moreover, attention should be paid to the refractive status of children in the follow-up period and should provide correction of ametropia and rigorous amblyopia treatment.
(1) Andrew Franklin, 'Subjective Refraction: Principles and Techniques for the Correction of Spherical Ametropia', in Andrew Keirl & Caroline Christie (eds), Clinical Optics and Refraction: A Guide for Optometrists, Contact Lens Opticians and Dispensing Opticians, Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2007, p, 101.
Owen, "Childhood ethnic differences in ametropia and ocular biometry: the Aston Eye Study," Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, vol.
Ametropia (a condition of refractive error) is defined as a state of refraction, when parallel rays of light coming from infinity are focused either in front or behind the retina after passing through the diopteric power of the eye when the accommodation is at rest.
Two participants of the intervention group wore spectacles with marginal ametropia. Furthermore, it was an important precondition for every participant that no one in their family had ever suffered from epilepsy.