Anisometropia and Aniseikonia

Anisometropia is from Greek and made up of four segments:  A (not) + - iso-(parallel) + - metr-(measure) + - opia (vision). The refractive force of the two eyes is exceptional. The converse of anisotropia is isometropia. In isometropia, the refractive power is comparable in the two eyes. Aniseikonia is a condition caused by standard glasses. There are two sorts of aniseikonia: Static Aniseikonia is the place glasses impact a comparative picture to appear, apparently, to be a substitute size to each eye. Dynamic Aniseikonia, is practically identical, anyway occurs with development. Basically, it happen when glasses constrain the eyes to move―up and down or laterally―at unmistakable speeds.

  • Simple anisometropia
  • Compound anisometropia
  • Mixed anisometropia
  • Static Aniseikonia
  • Dynamic Aniseikonia.
  • Simple anisometropia
  • Compound anisometropia
  • Mixed anisometropia
  • Static Aniseikonia
  • Static Aniseikonia
  • Dynamic Aniseikonia.

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