ⓘ Aniseikonia

                                     

ⓘ Aniseikonia

Aniseikonia is an ocular condition where there is a significant difference in the perceived size of images. It can occur as an overall difference between the two eyes, or as a difference in a particular meridian.

                                     
  • related to other conditions dealing with visual perception, such as aniseikonia and Alice in Wonderland Syndrome AIWS, also known as Todd s syndrome
  • correction of strabismus acquired during childhood and co - existed with aniseikonia Subsequently, spectacles for size correction iseikonic correction
  • portion of the visual field, creating a localized or field dependent aniseikonia that cannot be fully corrected optically with glasses. Partial correction
  • of binocular vision such as strabismus, convergence insufficiency and aniseikonia Appetite suppression Bone marrow suppression, the decrease in cells responsible
  • of binocular vision such as strabismus, convergence insufficiency and aniseikonia The brain can eliminate double vision by ignoring all or part of the
  • research into aspects of binocular vision, including cyclophoria and aniseikonia Ames is perhaps best known for constructing illusions of visual perception
  • experience a difference in image magnification between the two eyes aniseikonia which could also prevent the development of good binocular vision. This
  • piano. For most of his life Williams suffered from eyestrain caused by aniseikonia a condition that was not recognized during his youth he had glasses
  • Hypermetropia H52.1 Myopia H52.2 Astigmatism H52.3 Anisometropia and aniseikonia H52.4 Presbyopia H52.5 Disorders of accommodation H52.6 Other disorders