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eye chart

n.
A chart of letters and figures of various sizes, used to test visual acuity.
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The same considerations would affect the conclusions of the previous study by Kessinger and Boneva (14) and those case studies which reported raw eye chart data.
According to the researchers, half of them improved enough to read two to three extra lines on an eye chart,'' noted MIT Technology Review.
The way I present it to the children, I tell them I am taking a picture of their eyes, because Spot looks like a camera," said Escobedo, who uses Spot in conjunction with the eye charts for screenings.
I was glaucoma free, but according to the eye chart my visual acuity was subpar.
We have seen patients who couldn't even see an eye chart on the wall go on to read the first line down - and some even attempted the second line.
The worst problem is that the crew could not find an eye chart for a vision test, something that caused a chuckle among ground controllers.
So obsessed is Joanna with letters - whether felt, wood, metal or prints - that she even bought an eye chart from an online opticians' supplier
Nearly half the eyes treated with Lucentis, often in combination with standard laser therapy, had an improvement in vision of at least two lines on a standard eye chart after one year.
Just reading an eye chart doesn't show things up like this.
Testing of visual acuity using the Snellen Chart (the standard eye chart used by eye care professionals to measure visual acuity) showed a significant improvement from baseline 14/20 to 17/20 after two months of treatment with Pycnogenol.
Eye can see it OPTICIANS have created the world's biggest eye chart to stage mass tests outside a primary school.
I conducted an experiment to correlate one such ancient eye exam with the presentday Snellen visual-acuity eye chart.