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The inadequate-stimulus myopias Chapter 8 Ocular motility and binocular vision Chapter 9 Convergence Chapter 10 Anomalies of binocular vision: heterophoria and heterotropia Chapter 11 Stereopsis and the stereoscope Chapter 12 The schematic eye Chapter 13 Subsidiary effects of correcting lenses; magnifying devices Chapter 14 Anisometropia and aniseikonia Chapter 15 Ocular aberrations Chapter 16 Visual examination of the eye and ophthalmoscopy Chapter 17 Retinoscopy skiascopy Chapter 18 Objective optometers Chapter 19 Vision screening, new subjective refractors and techniques Chapter 20 Measurement of ocular dimensions Chapter 21 Distribution and ocular dioptrics of ametropia Chapter 22 Entoptic phenomena Appendix A A suggested routine examination procedure Appendix B The Bennett-Rabbetts schematic eye, relaxed and accommodated 10D and in italics for historical reference, the Gullstrand-Emsley relaxed schematic eye General bibliography Answers Index. Du kanske gillar. Inbunden Engelska, Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar.
Bennett and Rabbetts' clinical visual optics
Choose semester and course offering to see information from the correct course syllabus and course offering. Fundamental principles of paraxial imaging in the eye; sign convention and cardinal points.
Schematic eyes; their axes and optical parameters. Purkinje images. Optical and neural limitations to visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and depth of field. Refractive errors; distance correction, prescription, astigmatic decomposition, classification and population distribution. Quality of the image on the retina and uncorrected vision in spherical ametropia and astigmatism. Axial and refractive anisometropia.
Accommodation, presbyopia, near and far point with and without correction, including effectivity. Convergence and accommodation. Ocular aberrations, scattering, and diffraction, as well as their effect on image quality, visual acuity and depth of field. Aberrometers and wavefront aberrations.
Subsidiary optical effects of spectacles. After-images and the Troxler effect. Ocular movements and torsion. Binocular vision, stereopsis, heterophoria and heterotropia. Subjective refraction. Measurement principles and function of instruments; subjective and objective optometers, slitlamp, ophthalmoscope, retinoscope, keratometer, corneal topographer. Techniques for screening and autorefractors. Visual phenomena caused by the pigmentation, polarizing properties, and varying transmission of the eye.
The overall goal of this course is to give the student a fundamental understanding of the optics of the eye and its clinical aspects, with emphasize on the visual function.
The course also covers how the optical parameters of the eye can be measured. Written exercises and oral presentations at seminars.
The students read the course literature and prepare presentations and exercises individually. All students and the examiner then meet and discuss during for the oral presentations. If the course is discontinued, students may request to be examined during the following two academic years. The examiner may apply another examination format when re-examining individual students.
Approved answers to all written exercises. Presents the course content orally in a coherent way and takes active part in the seminars through discussion on the content of own and others presentations in relation to current research in visual optics. All members of a group are responsible for the group's work. In any assessment, every student shall honestly disclose any help received and sources used.
In an oral assessment, every student shall be able to present and answer questions about the entire assignment and solution. Further information about the course can be found on the Course web at the link below. Information on the Course web will later be moved to this site. Valid for Semester Choose semester Spring Choose semester and course offering Choose semester and course offering to see information from the correct course syllabus and course offering.
Content and learning outcomes Course contents Fundamental principles of paraxial imaging in the eye; sign convention and cardinal points. Intended learning outcomes The overall goal of this course is to give the student a fundamental understanding of the optics of the eye and its clinical aspects, with emphasize on the visual function. After completing this course, the student should be able to: Chose and apply different optical approximations to evaluate the quality of the image on the retina for different states of ametropia, levels of accommodation, pupil sizes, objects and visual aids.
Predict and evaluate the effect of monocular and binocular visual quality from different measures of ocular image quality, including both higher order aberrations and paraxial optical effects. Explain the optical principles and functions of instruments commonly found in an optometrist practice, as well as evaluate their limitations regarding accuracy and measurement errors. Course Disposition Written exercises and oral presentations at seminars. Newest edition should be used. Is completed with research articles.
Examination and completion If the course is discontinued, students may request to be examined during the following two academic years. Other requirements for final grade Approved answers to all written exercises. Further information Course web Further information about the course can be found on the Course web at the link below.
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Purpose : The Visual Adaptive Optics VAO is an adaptive optics visual simulator with an embedded Hartmann—Shack aberrometer that can give objective and subjective refraction measures. The aim of the present study was to compare the findings of the objective and subjective refractions from the VAO with a commercial autorefractometer Topcon Corp. The influence of age, refractive error type, and presence of ocular diseases was ascertained. Methods : The refractive error was obtained in participants using the four techniques mentioned. Data were analyzed with power vectors mean spherical equivalent, the vertical Jackson-Cross-Cylinder, and the oblique Jackson-Cross-Cylinder. Age, refractive error type myopia, emmetropia, hyperopia and presence of ocular diseases yes, no were included as covariates.
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