anisometropic


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an·i·so·me·tro·pic

(an-ī'sō-me-trop'ik),
1. Relating to anisometropia.
2. Having eyes of unequal refractive power.

an·i·so·me·tro·pic

(an-ī'sō-mĕ-trō'pik)
1. Relating to anisometropia.
2. Having eyes of unequal refractive power.

anisometropia

(an″ī″sŏ-mĕ-trō′pē-ă) [ ¹an- + Gr. isometros, of equal measure + -opia]
A condition in which the refractive power of the eyes is unequal.
anisometropic (-trop′ik, -trō′pik), adjective
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Conclusion: This study found no significant association between gender and types of amblyopia and anisometropic amblyopia was the most common type of amblyopia in the data collected.
While the amplitude recorded in the anisometropic eyes with large check-size stimuli in both contrast conditions was significantly lower than normal, it was statistically significant only in low-contrast condition (P = 0.
Such anisometropic blur, and the resulting unequal image contrast between the clear image of one eye and blurred image of the other eye, affects fine stereopsis and stereoacuity but not gross stereoscopic depth perception.
7 years in the anisometropic group (7-12 years); the mean follow-up time was 16.
15 children had strabismic amblyopia and 15 children had Anisometropic amblyopia.
Patients with myopic (25 patients: 17 female, 8 male) or hyperopic (31 patients: 19 female, 12 male) anisometropic amblyopia were included in the study.
In our study, we found a higher prevalence of anisometropic amblyopia when compare to strabismic amblyopia that was comparable to shah et al study which reported a higher prevalence of anisometropia amblyopia (36.
Anisometropic amblyopia was the only cause of disability (visual acuity greater than 6/12) in amblyopic eyes whereas normal eyes had a best corrected visual acuity of 6/6 and no morbidities.
Patients with monocular vision loss due to anisometropic amblyopia or organic pathologies with at least 2 months postoperative follow-up were enrolled in the study.
5 children had anisometropic amblyopia were given occlusion therapy but they did not come for the follow up.
This study was conducted from July 1 to December 31, 2010, at Shifa Foundation Community Health Centre, Islamabad, to determine if anisometropic amblyopia detected in adults can be reversed.