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  • static
  • If left untreated, aniseikonia may cause the brain to adapt, sometimes by suppressing the image in one eye and allowing only the dominant eye to see clearly, in motion or in static gaze. (kanataoptometry.ca)
  • tests
  • To identify the factors responsible for the poor validity of the most common aniseikonia tests, which involve size comparisons of red-green stimuli presented haploscopically. (arvojournals.org)
  • To improve their validity, aniseikonia tests should use short presentations and include control conditions to prevent contamination from decisional/response biases. (arvojournals.org)
  • We identified optimal conditions for administration of aniseikonia tests and appropriate action for differential diagnosis of aniseikonia in the presence of response biases or size-color illusions. (arvojournals.org)
  • Simpler aniseikonia tests were proposed soon afterward 7 , 8 whose use is rarely reported and whose validity was, to our knowledge, never established. (arvojournals.org)
  • means
  • For example, a measured aniseikonia of -5% means that the image is in the right eye is perceived as approximately 5% larger than the image in the left eye and that therefore the aniseikonia is corrected by minifying the image in the right eye by 5% (or magnifying the image in the left eye by approximately 5%, or a combination of both). (opticaldiagnostics.com)
  • left eye
  • His aniseikonia may be treated by either magnifying the image in the left eye by 5%, making the one the right eye sees smaller by 5%, or a combination of the two. (kanataoptometry.ca)
  • an individual with %5 aniseikonia will require a lens prescription that will provide 5% magnification for the left eye, or a 5% minifying lens for the right. (kanataoptometry.ca)