ⓘ Anisometropia

                                     

ⓘ Anisometropia

Anisometropia is when two eyes have unequal refractive power. Generally a difference in power of two diopters or more is the accepted threshold to label the condition anisometropia.

In some types of anisometropia, the visual cortex of the brain to use both eyes together, binocular vision, and instead suppress the Central vision of one eye. If this happens often enough during the first 10 years of life, while the visual cortex is developing, it can lead to amblyopia, a condition where even the correction of ametropia adequately, face, sight in the affected eye is still correctable to 20 / 20.

The name of the four Greek elements: * a "no," ISO- "same," metr- "measure," OPS "eye."

About 6% of patients aged 6 to 18 years of anisometropia.

                                     
  • naturally or be induced by the correction of a refractive error, usually anisometropia having significantly different refractive errors between each eye
  • Refractive amblyopia may result from anisometropia unequal refractive error between the two eyes Anisometropia exists when there is a difference in
  • different from the refractive power of the other meridians has astigmatism. Anisometropia is the condition in which one eye has a different refractive power than
  • the patient is inattentive. Refractive errors such as hyperopia and anisometropia may be associated abnormalities found in patients with vertical strabismus
  • nonetheless a possible reason as to why a patient may fail the 4 PRT. Anisometropia in a patient can lead to a microtropia. If left untreated at a young
  • disappears for the suppressed eye. Suppression is frequent in children with anisometropia or strabismus or both. For instance, children with infantile esotropia
  • This condition has been associated with amblyopia in 54 of cases anisometropia 26 and strabismus 56 Although treatment may be unnecessary
  • of one eye is more than 1.5 diopters different from the other eye anisometropia or one of the eye is misaligned for a long period of time Strabismus
  • infectious, autoimmune, neurological, and neoplastic causes: Abscess Anisometropia Antipsychotics haloperidol, fluphenazine, chlorpromazine etc. Atypical