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*  Ocular hypertension
... are treated in an effort to prevent vision loss from glaucoma. The pressure within the eye is maintained by the balance between ... The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study, a large, multicentered, randomized clinical trial, determined that topical ocular ... Ocular hypertension is the presence of elevated fluid pressure inside the eye (intraocular pressure), usually with no optic ... Ocular hypertension is treated with either medications or laser. Medications that lower intraocular pressure work by decreasing ...
*  Visual acuity
Vision of 6/12 corresponds to lower, vision of 6/3 to better performance. Normal individuals have an acuity of 6/4 or better ( ... Carlson N, Kurtz D, Heath D, Hines C (1990). Clinical Procedures for Ocular Examination. Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange. ISBN ... "The Limits of Human Vision" (PDF). . "Visual Acuity of the Human Eye". NDT Resource Center. Ali MA, Klyne M (1985). Vision in ... In low light (i.e., scotopic) vision, cones do not have sufficient sensitivity and vision is subserved by rods. Spatial ...
*  Intraocular lymphoma
"Ocular and central nervous system lymphoma: clinical features and diagnosis". Ocular immunology and inflammation. 8 (4): 243-50 ... The most common symptoms of PIOL include blurred or decreased vision due to tumor cells in the vitreous. Most cases of PIOL ... Intraocular lymphoma may affect the eye secondarily from a metastasis from a non-ocular tumor or may arise within the eye ...
*  Plastic surgery
ISBN 0-19-262950-6. (page 652) Wolfgang H. Vogel, Andreas Berke (2009). "Brief History of Vision and Ocular Medicine". Kugler ...
*  Inflammation
Vogel, Wolfgang H.; Berke, Andreas (2009). Brief History of Vision and Ocular Medicine. Kugler Publications. p. 97. ISBN 90- ...
*  Bagolini Striated Glasses Test
Binocular vision and ocular motility theory and management of strabismus. St Louise: Mosby Nelson & Olitsky (2013). Harley's ... Ansons, A., Davis, H. (2014). Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Motility Disorders (4th Ed.). London: Blackwell. Pasino, L & ...
*  Prism cover test
doi:10.1016/j.ajo.2007.09.012 Campos, E.C., & von Noorden, G.K. (2006). Binocular vision and ocular motility (6th ed.) (p.177) ... The "prism cover test" (PCT), is an objective measurement and the gold standard in measuring strabismus, i.e. ocular ... Ansons, A. M., & Davis, H. (2014). Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Motility Disorders (4th ed.). pp. 97. London: Blackwell. ... Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Motility Disorders (4th ed.). pp. 104-105. London: Blackwell. ...
*  Glossary of Dune terminology
No-chamber - Construct that hides anything inside from prescient and ocular vision, as well as other methods of detection. No- ...
*  Blurred vision
... is an ocular symptom. There are many causes of blurred vision: Use of atropine or other anticholinergics ... Macular degeneration-Loss of central vision, blurred vision (especially while reading), distorted vision (like seeing wavy ... Daytime vision is eventually affected. Common in the elderly. Glaucoma-Increased pressure in the eye, causing poor night vision ... Myopia-Blurred vision may be a systemic sign of local anaesthetic toxicity Reduced blinking-Lid closure that occurs too ...
*  Parks-Bielschowsky three-step test
citing von Noorden GK: Binocular vision and ocular motility: Theory and management of strabismus. London, CV Mosby, 2002. ... When there is a discrepancy in ocular deviation based on which way the head is tilted, the patient is diagnosed with unilateral ... Tilting the head towards the shoulder on the affected side will make the double vision worse by causing increased separation of ... People with superior oblique palsy on one side experience double vision, which is improved or even abolished by tilting the ...
*  Joram Piatigorsky
88: Genes, vision, and ocular disease" (PDF). American Journal of Human Genetics. 45 (2): 340. ISSN 0002-9297. PMC 1683347 . ... Vision and Ocular Disease. He published a novel, Jellyfish Have Eyes, which forewarns the danger of reducing funding for basic ... "Joram Piatigorsky , Molecular Vision , ZoomInfo.com". ZoomInfo. Retrieved 2015-07-04. "Piatgorsky House is Gone, But Pieces of ... Joram Piatigorsky has published more than 300 scientific articles, reviews and book chapters on vision research. He published a ...
*  Ocular tremor
Journal of Vision 1. Sheahan, N. F., D. Coakley, et al. (1993). "Ocular microtremor measurement system: design and performance ... The first description of what is now known as ocular microtremor was made in 1934 (5). It is contentious whether ocular ... 2001). "Ocular microtremor: a tool for measuring depth of anaesthesia?" Br J Anaesth 86(4): 519-22. 4. Bolger, C., S. Bojanic, ... Ocular microtremor (OMT) is a constant, physiological, high frequency (peak 80Hz), low amplitude (estimated circa 150-2500nm (1 ...
*  Fixation disparity
Diplopia Eye examination Heterophoria Ocular dominance Vision therapy Eskridge, JB, Amos, JF, Bartlett, JD. Clinical procedures ... The misalignment (a few minutes of arc) is much smaller than that of strabismus, which prevents binocular vision, although it ... Fixation disparity exists when there is a small misalignment of the eyes when viewing with binocular vision. The misaligment ...
*  Botulinum toxin therapy of strabismus
In: Gunter K. von Noorden, Emilio C. Campos: Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility: Theory and Management of Strabismus, Sixth ... Vision-threatening complications are rare, and the intervention is generally considered safe, also when performed repeatedly. ... For patients who have had healthy vision heretofore until a small, horizontal deviation set in suddenly, the injection of ... It is considered particularly useful for patients who have the potential for binocular vision; success rates are higher for ...
*  Visual cortex
Furthermore, individual V1 neurons in human and animals with binocular vision have ocular dominance, namely tuning to one of ... 2011). "Transforming vision into action". Vision Res. 51 (14): 1567-87. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2010.07.027. PMID 20691202. ... relevant? - discuss] V1 has a very well-defined map of the spatial information in vision. For example, in humans, the upper ... Barghout, Lauren (2003). Vision: How Global Perceptual Context Changes Local Contrast Processing (Ph.D. Dissertation). Updated ...
*  Ocular prosthesis
Makers of ocular prosthetics are known as ocularists. An ocular prosthesis does not provide vision; this would be a visual ... Someone with an ocular prosthesis is totally blind on the affected side and has monocular (one sided) vision. The earliest ... A few ocular prostheses today are made of cryolite glass. A variant of the ocular prosthesis is a very thin hard shell known as ... having an artificial eye Fabricating Ocular Prostheses History of Artificial Eyes Ocular Prosthetics Eyeform Opticians Ocular ...
*  Marshall B. Ketchum University
... vision therapy, ocular disease, low vision and dry eyes. In addition to eye care services, there are also optical services ... Lecture topics are more advanced, including courses in contact lenses, vision therapy, diseases of the eye, ocular pharmacology ... The program has expanded to include: Cornea & Contact Lenses, Low Vision Rehabilitation, Ocular Disease, Primary Care, or ... They are open six days a week and accept major vision insurance as well as major medical insurances. On January 23, 2015, Dr. ...
*  Floater
Distorted vision Phosphene Synchysis scintillans Scotoma Ocular straylight Cline D; Hofstetter HW; Griffin JR. Dictionary of ... The use of a laser also poses significant risks to the vision in what is otherwise a healthy eye." A YAG laser optimized for ... Looking up/down and left/right will cause the floaters to leave the direct field of vision as the vitreous humour swirls around ... Floaters are able to catch and refract light in ways that somewhat blur vision temporarily until the floater moves to a ...
*  Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia
The progressive ophthalmoplegia is often unnoticed till decreased ocular motility limits peripheral vision. Often someone else ... Patients will move their heads to adjust for the loss of peripheral vision caused by inability to abduct or adduct the eye. All ... As such, this results in the preferential ocular symptoms of CPEO. Multiple mtDNA abnormalities exist which cause CPEO. One ... Experimental treatment with tetracycline has been used to improve ocular motility in one patient. Coenzyme Q10 has also been ...
*  Cortical blindness
This indicates that the lack of vision is neurological rather than ocular. It specifically indicates that the occipital cortex ... In most cases, the complete loss of vision is not permanent and the patient may recover some of their vision (Cortical visual ... Cortical blindness is the total or partial loss of vision in a normal-appearing eye caused by damage to the brain's occipital ... Then, the patient is asked to describe something he/she would be able to recognize with normal vision. For example, the patient ...
*  Human eye
... are involved in the treatment and management of ocular and vision disorders. A Snellen chart is one type of eye chart used to ... Some persons with congenitally crossed eyes tend to ignore one eye's vision, thus do not suffer double vision, and do not have ... At the low end of the range is the absolute threshold of vision for a steady light across a wide field of view, about 10−6 cd/ ... The vestibulo-ocular reflex is a reflex eye movement that stabilizes images on the retina during head movement by producing an ...
*  Orbital blowout fracture
They are characterized by double vision, sunken ocular globes, and loss of sensation of the cheek and upper gums due to ... Hopefully, the surgery will provide a permanent cure, but sometimes it provides only partial relief from double vision or a ... Surgery is indicated if there is enophthalmos greater than 2 mm on imaging, Double vision on primary or inferior gaze, ... With the trapdoor variant, there is a high frequency of extra-ocular muscle entrapment, despite minimal signs of external ...
*  Strabismus surgery
Gunter K. von Noorden: Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility: Theory and management of strabismus, Chapter 26: Principles of ... improving peripheral vision. Furthermore, the restoration of ocular alignment can bring about psychosocial and economic ... Kushner, Burton J. (2014). "The Benefits, Risks, and Efficacy of Strabismus Surgery in Adults". Optometry and Vision Science. ... There is tentative evidence that children with infantile esotropia patients achieve better binocular vision post-operatively if ...
*  Oscar Teale
2016 edition). Vision, Science and Literature, 1870-1920: Ocular Horizons. Routledge. p. 221. ISBN 978-1-84893-234-0 Shimeld, ...
*  Worth 4 dot test
Gunter, K, Von Noorden, Emilio, C. Campos Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility (Theory and Management of Strabismus), 6th ... is a clinical test mainly used for assessing a patient's degree of binocular vision and binocular single vision. Binocular ... Clinical Procedures for Ocular Examination. Second Ed. Mc Graw-Hill. New York 1996. Madge, SN, Kersey, JW, Hawker, MJ, Lamont, ... It can be used when wanting to assess whether the individual has a normal or abnormal binocular single vision response (BSV). ...
*  Jutsu (Naruto)
This ocular jutsu may have other visual powers, but they are yet to be seen. Boruto can awaken it only in his right eye ... The Byakugan gives the user a nearly 360-degree field of vision. The user can concentrate his or her chakra in the blind spot ... It grants the user with ocular abilities that may be ninjutsu, genjutsu, or something else. Because of the physical nature of ... Amaterasu produces black flames at the focal point of the user's vision. Once created, it can continue burning for seven days ...
*  Eye care professional
... binocular vision problems, and pre/post surgical care of strabismus patients. They do not directly treat ocular disease with ... such as low vision patients. Commonly, vision therapy is performed in children who develop problems with their vision mostly ... act as vision researchers, perform vision screening, perform low vision assessments and act as clinical administrators. ... A vision therapist, usually either an orthoptist or optometrist, works with patients that require vision therapy, ...