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Ocular A&P #10 Final

Terms Ocular A& P Physiological Optics, Vascular & Lymphatic System

TermDefinition
Presbyopia The loss of accommodation as one ages
Absolute Hyperopia The amount of hyperopia that CANNOT be overcome with accomodation
Manifest Hyperopia Amount of hyperopia that can be treated with strongest convex (plus) lens accepted with good VA
Latent Hyperopia Amount of hyperopia that requires a cycloplegic to overcome
Total Hyperopia The sum of latent and manifest hyperopia.
Aniseikonia Difference in image size between the two eyes
Antimetropia One eye is far sighted and the other eye is near sighted
Asthenopia "Eye strain" symptoms
Amblyopia Poor vision not due to organic causes, occurring from birth to about age six
Monovision Using one eye for distance and the other eye for near
Spherical Abberation Bending of peripheral light rays more (or less) than at the center of a lens
Regular Astigmatism The light rays entering the eye are focused at just two separate locations.
Irregular Astigmatism The light rays entering the eye are focused at more than two locations.
Created by: Leequa