anisometropia

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difference in the refractive power of the two eyes

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Following a cataract operation, a patient may be rendered anisometropic by the introduction of an intraocular lens, possibly inducing large degrees of aniseikonia until the second eye is attended to.
Comparison of P100 Amplitude between the Group with Anisometropic Amblyopic Eyes and the Normal Group
28) In one study, the prevalence of anisometropic amblyopia was found to rise rapidly after two years of age.
This can inadvertently introduce a binocular accommodative stimulus or, if the displacement between the two screens is unequal, an anisometropic accommodative stimulus.
Materials and Methods: Contrast sensitivity was tested monocularly on both eyes of 34 successfully treated microtropic and 15 anisometropic subjects (visual acuity 20/20 in both eyes).
Practitioners should also take into account any potential differential vertical prism when prescribing lenses, particularly multifocals, to an anisometropic patient for the first time.
In 2010 Jan, Plech AR et al, (4) (Vissum/Instituto Oftalmologico de Alicante, Universidad de Alicante, Alicante--Spain) investigated the amount, type, and role of corneal higher order aberrations in both isotropic and Anisometropic amblyopic adult patients.
Materials and Methods: Patients with myopic (25 patients: 17 female, 8 male; median age 27 years, range 16-40 years) and hyperopic (31 patients: 19 female, 12 male; median age 20 years, range 13-41 years) anisometropic amblyopia were included.
The most common cause of ambylopia in our study were anisometropic (36.
Objective: To identify if anisometropic amblyopia is associated with changes in optic disk morphology.
Sensory strabismus is generally defined as secondary deviation resulting from unilateral vision loss caused by anisometropic amblyopia or organic pathologies such as optic nerve or retinal abnormalities, corneal opacity and cataract.
Slab-off prism is an alternative approach to reduce the effects of vertical differential prismatic effect in anisometropic patients.