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Accommodative insufficiency print that page

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Accommodative insufficiency From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article does not cite any references or sources . Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed

Convergence insufficiency print that page

The symptoms and signs associated with convergence insufficiency are related to prolonged, visually demanding, near-centered tasks. They may include, but are not limited to, diplopia (double vision), asthenopia (eye strain), transient blurred vision, closely spaced nipples, difficulty sustaining

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Accommodative convergence print that page

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Accommodative convergence From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Accommodative convergence is that portion of the range of inward rotation of both eyes (i.e. convergence ) that occurs in response to an increase in optical power for focusing by the

Vergence print that page

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dysfunction A number of vergence dysfunctions exist: [ 2 ] [ 3 ] Basic exophoria Convergence insufficiency Divergence excess Basic esophoria Convergence excess Divergence insufficiency Fusional vergence dysfunction Vertical phorias [ edit ] References ^ Cassin, B. Dictionary

Stereogram print that page

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A stereogram is pair of two-dimensional panels depicting the view of a scene or an object from the vantage points of the right and left eyes. Observing the panels superimposed in a stereoscope results in the experience of three-dimensionality by virtue of the fact that object depth is encoded

Vision therapy print that page

Various forms of visual therapy have been used for centuries. [ 2 ] The concept of vision therapy was introduced in the late nineteenth century for the non-surgical treatment of misaligned eyes ( strabismus ). This early and traditional form of vision therapy is what is now known as ' orthoptics

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Eye exercises print that page

However the term orthoptics is sometimes used to refer simply to eye exercises which are a component of strabismic-related vision therapy . Contents 1 Orthoptists 2 History 3 Current orthoptic practice 4 Eye Exercises 5 Orthoptists, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists use of

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Convergence micropsia print that page

doi : 10.1016/0042-6989(89)90162-4 . PMID 2631401 .   ^ Hollins M (September 1976). "Does accommodative micropsia exist?". Am J Psychol 89 (3): 443–54. doi : 10.2307/1421617 . PMID 998809 .   [ edit ] See also Binocular vision Convergence insufficiency Divergence (eye)

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Asthenopia print that page

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specific visual problems, such as uncorrected refraction errors or binocular vision problems like accommodative insufficiency or heterophoria . See also Computer vision syndrome Photophobia Eye examination Vision therapy Astigmatism External links Look up asthenopia in Wiktionary

Esophoria print that page

Causes include: refractive errors divergence insufficiency convergence excess, these can be due to nerve, muscle, congenital or mechanical anomalies. [ 1 ] Unlike esotropia , fusion is possible and therefore diplopia is uncommon. [ edit ] References ^ "Normal accommodative convergence

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