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including its refractive power and axial length also play a major role in retinal image size. Aniseikonia can occur naturally or be induced by the correction of a refractive error , usually anisometropia (having significantly different refractive errors between each eye) or antimetropia | 2010/9/25 23:14:35

Kearns-Sayre syndrome print that page


This triad of CPEO, bilateral pigmentary retinopathy, and cardiac conduction abnormalities was first described in a case report of two patients in 1958 by Thomas Kearns, MD., and G.P Sayre, MD. [ 2 ] A second case was published in 1960 by Jager and co-authors reporting these symptoms in a

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number of sporting activities. Additionally, ophthalmological conditions such as keratoconus and aniseikonia may not be accurately corrected with glasses. Contents 1 History 2 Types of contact lenses 2.1 Functions 2.1.1 Corrective contact lenses 2.1.2 Cosmetic contact

Epiretinal membrane print that page

[ edit ] References ^ See Gibran (2008), below. de Wit GC (2007). "Retinally-induced aniseikonia ". Binocul Vis Strabismus Q 22 (2): 96–101. PMID   17688418 .   Benson WE, Brown GC, Tasman W, McNamara JA (1988). "Complications of vitrectomy for non-clearing vitreous hemorrhage | 2010/9/25 15:06:55

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experience complete recovery and restoration of normal vision . Dysmetropsia in one eye, a case of aniseikonia , can present with symptoms such as headaches , asthenopia , reading difficulties, depth perception problems, or double vision [ 3 ] . The visual distortion can cause uncorrelated | 2010/9/25 2:08:51

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A Galactosemic cataract is cataract which is associated with the consequences of galactosemia . Contents 1 Galactosemia 2 Diagnosis 3 Introduction to Galactose Metabolism 4 Galactose Metabolism: The Leloir Pathway 5 The Accumulation of Galactose and Subsequent Pathways | 2010/9/25 15:55:35

Ocular ischemic syndrome print that page

Those with ocular ischemic syndrome are typically between the ages of 50 and 80 [ 2 ] [ 3 ] ; twice as many men than women are affected. [ 3 ] More than 90% of those presenting with the condition have vision loss . [ 1 ] Patients may report a dull, radiating ache over the eye and eyebrow | 2010/9/25 19:51:10

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Hypertropia may be either congenital or acquired, and misalignment is due to imbalance in extraocular muscle function. The superior rectus , inferior rectus , superior oblique , and inferior oblique muscles affect the vertical movement of the eyes . These muscles may be either paretic, restrictive | 2010/9/24 22:15:40

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A fungal keratitis is an 'inflammation of the eye 's cornea ' (called keratitis ) that results from infection by a fungal organism. Keratomycosis is the Latin terminology equivalent of fungal keratitis - it is the fungal infection of the cornea , the anterior part of the eye which covers | 2010/9/26 7:10:06