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Visual acuity is a measure of the spatial resolution of the visual processing system and is usually tested in a manner to optimise and standardise the conditions. To this end, black symbols on a white background are used (for maximum contrast ) and a sufficient distance allowed to approximate

wikipedia.org | 2011/7/27 0:49:44

Color blindness print that page

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The symptoms of color blindness also can be produced by physical or chemical damage to the eye , optic nerve , or the brain generally. These are not true color blindness, however, but they represent conditions of limited actual blindness. Similarly, a person with achromatopsia , although

Eyeglass prescription print that page

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Spherical equivalent refraction (SER) 9 Distant vision and near vision 10 Optical axis and visual axis 11 Variations in prescription writing 12 See also 13 References 14 External links [ edit ] Abbreviations and terms Similar to medical prescriptions , eyeglass prescriptions

Evoked potential print that page

stimulation" technique 1.1.2 The “sweep” technique 1.1.3 Evoked potential feedback 1.2 Visual evoked potential 1.3 Auditory evoked potential 1.4 Somatosensory evoked potential 2 Intraoperative monitoring 3 Motor evoked potentials 4 See also 5 References 6 External

wikipedia.org | 2011/4/12 18:22:23

Retinoschisis print that page

while retinoschisis never itself requires treatment and leads to retinal detachment (and hence to visual loss) only occasionally. Unfortunately one still sees cases of uncomplicated retinoschisis treated by laser retinopexy or cryopexy in an attempt to stop its progression towards the macula

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Human eye print that page

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The human eye is an organ which reacts to light for several purposes. As a conscious sense organ , the eye allows vision . Rod and cone cells in the retina allow conscious light perception and vision including color differentiation and the perception of depth. The human eye can distinguish

Blindness print that page

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of vision loss and define blindness. [ 1 ] Total blindness is the complete lack of form and visual light perception and is clinically recorded as NLP, an abbreviation for "no light perception." [ 1 ] Blindness is frequently used to describe severe visual impairment with residual vision

Corneal transplantation print that page

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Indications for corneal transplantation include the following: Optical: To improve visual acuity by replacing the opaque or distorted host tissue by clear healthy donor tissue. The most common indication in this category is pseudophakic bullous keratopathy , followed by keratoconus , corneal

Visual memory print that page

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parietal cortex . However, this two streams hypothesis although useful is a simplification of the visual system as the two streams maintain intercommunications along their entire rostral course. [ edit ] Posterior parietal cortex Posterior parietal cortex (light green) is shown at

Intraocular lens print that page

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focused vision at far and reading distance, and adaptive IOLs which provide the patient with limited visual accommodation. Insertion of an intraocular lens for the treatment of cataracts is the most commonly performed eye surgical procedure. [ citation needed ] The procedure can be done