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VISUAL CORTICAL AREA
DECREASED VISUAL ACUITY
PRESENCE
PERCEPTION
EFFECT
REFRACTION
PATIENTS SUFFERING
BRIGHT LIGHT
PERIPHERAL VISION
DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA
VISUAL FUNCTION
OBSERVER
ADEQUATE
TREATMENT
PATIENT
RESULT
EYE
AGILITY
ACUVUE
PATIENTS
VISUAL HALLUCINATIONS
PYCNOGENOL
VISION
MACULAR EDEMA
RETINA
PAPILLEDEMA
VISUAL ACUITY
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Definitions

  1. Visual acuity was normal. (Web site)
  2. Visual Acuity is expressed as a fraction of normal vision. (Web site)
  3. Visual acuity was decreased to light perception only. (Web site)
  4. Decreased visual acuity is common owing to increased IOP and traction on the optic nerve and central retinal artery. (Web site)

Visual Cortical Area

  1. This animal has a cone-rich retina and it surpasses the tree shrew and mink in visual acuity and visual cortical area. (Web site)

Decreased Visual Acuity

  1. Some patients presented with blurred vision or decreased visual acuity, but others were asymptomatic and diagnosed on routine ophthalmologic examination. (Web site)

Presence

  1. Headache and the presence of bilateral papilledema, decreased visual acuity and visual-field defects are indications for urgent referral to a neurologist. (Web site)

Perception

  1. Physical considerations include posture, strength, sensation, visual acuity and perception, and the ability to learn how to use the wheelchair safely.

Effect

  1. Effect of formula supplemented with docosahexaenoic acid and gamma-linolenic acid on fatty acid status and visual acuity in term infants. (Web site)

Refraction

  1. NASA will examine his visual acuity, accommodation and refraction before, during and after spaceflight. (Web site)

Patients Suffering

  1. Most patients suffering from visual acuity or field defects have shown improvement when followed for 12 months or more.

Bright Light

  1. At least in bright light, constricting the pupil helps, but it doesn't fully explain how a whale achieves visual acuity in air.

Peripheral Vision

  1. If symptoms of visual impairment appear, such as changes in visual acuity and decreases in peripheral vision, prompt ophthalmic examination is recommended. (Web site)

Diabetic Macular Edema

  1. Association of the extent of diabetic macular edema as assessed by optical coherence tomography with visual acuity and retinal outcome variables.

Visual Function

  1. Visual acuity alone is not an adequate measure of visual function to monitor the efficacy of HBOT in this setting.

Observer

  1. However, resolving power is often compromised by atmospheric conditions and the visual acuity of the observer.

Adequate

  1. Corrected near visual acuity not adequate to see tank pressure gauge, watch, decompression tables, and compass underwater.
  2. Uncorrected visual acuity not adequate to see the diving buddy or locate the boat in case corrective lenses are lost underwater [13] 9.

Treatment

  1. No other abnormality was found, and the visual acuity returned to normal on the 3rd day after treatment was stopped.

Patient

  1. All four patients experienced significant impairments of visual fields or visual acuity; one patient had severe trigeminal neuralgia.
  2. In those cases, the clouding had probably reduced visual acuity, but not enough to bother the patient. (Web site)

Result

  1. In 1 to 3% of cases, loss of best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) can result, due to decentered ablative zones or other surgical complications. (Web site)

Eye

  1. A refractive error, or refraction error, is an error in the focusing of light by the eye and a frequent reason for reduced visual acuity.
  2. Manifestations include eye pain, photophobia, tearing, decreased visual acuity and inability to open the lid.

Agility

  1. P. audax, like most other salticids, is a hunting spider, relying on agility and visual acuity to detect and capture prey. (Web site)

Acuvue

  1. Acuvue 2 contacts are manufactured by Johnson & Johnson for exceptional value and visual acuity.

Patients

  1. This treatment may reduce retinal swelling and improve visual acuity in patients with diabetic macular edema.
  2. Patients may be unable to open their eyes, but visual acuity remains normal. (Web site)
  3. Other patients have remarked their visual acuity and color perception become sharper immediately after an injection, as if someone had turned the lights on.

Visual Hallucinations

  1. However, the study did not find a significant correlation between an improvement in visual acuity and the decreased occurrence of visual hallucinations. (Web site)
  2. As noted previously, decreased visual acuity and greater age have also been correlated with visual hallucinations in AD.

Pycnogenol

  1. Pycnogenol has been shown to improve microcirculation, retinal edema and visual acuity in patients experiencing early signs of diabetic retinopathy.
  2. All of these studies unequivocally showed that Pycnogenol retains progression of retinopathy and partly recovers visual acuity. (Web site)

Vision

  1. Oral sildenafil was tolerated well by our patients, and there were no obvious effects on visual acuity and color vision.

Macular Edema

  1. These results indicate that treatment of macular edema should be based on the location and severity of the edema, not necessarily on the visual acuity. (Web site)

Retina

  1. DHA is required in the brain for optimal memory and learning ability, as well as in the retina of the eye for visual acuity. (Web site)

Papilledema

  1. Presence of visual acuity loss attributed to papilledema (ie, not due to serous detachment, macular edema, hemorrhage, or choroidal folds).
  2. Visual acuity and visual field testing were intact, with absence of papilledema. (Web site)
  3. Papilledema, retinal hemorrhages, and decreased visual acuity and blindness may occur from venous congestion within the retina. (Web site)

Visual Acuity

  1. Papilledema may result in progressive loss of clarity of vision (visual acuity). (Web site)
  2. Manifestations in the eye include uveitis, uveoparotitis, and retinal inflammation, which may result in loss of visual acuity or blindness. (Web site)
  3. Visual disorders are abnormalities of the eye, the optic nerve, the optic tracts, or the brain that may cause a loss of visual acuity or visual fields. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Papilledema
  2. Macular Edema
  3. Pycnogenol
  4. Visual Hallucinations
  5. Perception > Senses > Vision > Peripheral Vision
  6. Books about "Visual Acuity" in Amazon.com

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