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Instrument used to obtain gross eye refractive measurement. Checking your eye using autorefractor alone does not enough to get your accurate eye refractive measurement.
Instrument used to measure corneal curvature in order to calculate eye's astigmatism power. The measurement also used to know the initial base curve of the eye during contact lens fitting assessment and verification.
Retinoscopy is a technique used to obtain an objective measurement of the refractive condition of patient's eyes. Optometrist uses retinoscope to shine light into patient's eye and observes the reflection (reflex) off the patient's retina. Objective refraction power will be obtain by neutralizing the steak of light seen through the instrument. Retinoscopy readings will be the most important guideline for optometrist to prescribe spectacles refractive power.
Subjective Refraction is an attempt to determine patient's refractive power based on their response in order to provide the best corrected visual acuity (vision). It combines techniques such as bsv (best vision sphere), cross-cyl (to determine astigmatism power), duochrome, monocular end-point, balancing, etc. Subjective refraction will determine your level of hyperopia (farsightedness), myopia (nearsightedness), astigmatism and presbyopia.
Having blur vision on reading? Need to move your near task further away to obtain clear vision? You are experiencing presbyopia symptom! This is a chart used to check near visual acuity.
This instrument is used to measure near point of convergence (NPC) and amplitude of accommodation (AA). NPC is the ability of the eye to converge when doing near task. Youngsters who experience headache when doing near task is highly recommended to do this procedure!
Instrument used to measure IOP (intra ocular pressure) of the eye. This test is used to screen for glaucoma. Glaucoma is a disease that causes damage to your eye's optic nerve and gets worse over time. People over the age of 40 have the highest risk for developing glaucoma.