Krimsky test

Krimsky test

(krim'skē),
a test of binocular motor alignment by which a penlight is shone at the eyes and the position of the light reflex centered with a prism, thus indicating the amount of deviation.

Krim·sky test

(krim'skē test)
A measurement of strabismus by which a penlight is shone at the eyes and the position of the light reflex centered with a prism, thus indicating the amount of deviation.
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Strabismus measurements were made using the Krimsky test or prism cover test.
The angle of preoperative and postoperative deviations were assessed by Hirschberg test, Krimsky test or alternate prism cover test (in prism diopters [PD]) when possible.
After correction of the refraction errors, near and distance deviation angles were measured with an accomodation target by either prism cover test or Krimsky test according to patient compliance and were recorded as PD.