ametropia


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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.
En Cuba, el astigmatismo fue la ametropia mas prevalente en escolares, con un porcentaje de 63,4% (Estevez et al.
Estas consideraciones determinan el pronostico visual y refractivo despues de la intervencion; una vez el paciente sea seleccionado se determinara la tecnica quirurgica de acuerdo a la ametropia, ocupacion y condiciones opticas del sistema visual, teniendo dentro de las alternativas el uso del Excimer laser (4).
Two participants of the intervention group wore spectacles with marginal ametropia.
Though ametropia is very common (around 40%), this is probably adequately dealt with by community optometrists.
Other diagnosed eye disorders included ametropia (2), pseudophakia (2), presbyopia (1), bilateral retinitis pigmentosa (1), age-related macular degeneratio n (1), and bilateral retinitis pigmentosa plus pseudophakia (1) (Figure 2).
En la ambliopia por ametropia una reduccion bilateral de la agudeza visual se debe a errores de refraccion grandes, no corregidos y aproximadamente iguales en los dos ojos de un nino pequeno.
A 20-30 minute operation, No Specs corrects the three main causes for wearing glasses; ametropia (long or short sightedness), astigmatism (an abnormal curve at the front of the eye) and presbyopis (an age-related condition in which the lens of the eye is unable to see near objects).
Gabriel Merchan de Mendoza para determinar el estado refractivo del ojo, definir el tipo de ametropia y su poder refractivo.
The treatment of eye diseases and the correction of ametropia were, in this study, the responsibility of the individuals' ophthalmologists.
7: "Refractive states of eyes and association between ametropia and breed in dogs").
At baseline, 35 children had normal vision and 35 had ametropia (farsightedness, nearsightedness, or astigmatism).
Quantification of chick lens [alfa] A - and [delta] crystallins in experimentally induced ametropia.
Las patologias mas frecuentes fueron ametropia (64,1 %), dislipidemia (57,8 %), obesidad I (50 %), e hipertension (45,1 %).
This is described as 'defocus-induced' or 'compensatory' ametropia and suggests that blurring of an image on the retina can lead to induction of a refractive error.