TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «STENOPAEIC»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «STENOPAEIC»
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Optometry: Science, Techniques and Clinical Management
Stenopaeic slit refraction is usually attempted when retinoscopy and more
conventional subjective refractive techniques, i.e. JCC and FC, fail to provide
satisfactory results. The slit may be used to locate the principal meridia of an
Mark Rosenfield, Nicola Logan, Keith H. Edwards, 2009
The Secret of Perfect Vision: How You Can Prevent Or Reverse ...
Pinhole Glasses or Glasses with a Stenopaeic Hole This kind of glasses, with
many little holes and without lenses, uses the principle of the Stenopaeic hole,
which "cuts" peripheral rays of light, making only their central part fall onto the
Parsons' Diseases of the Eye
Ramanjit Sihota & Radhika Tandon. Significant blurring of vision Fig. 9.2 The
stenopaeic test for coloured halos. When a. Painful Presence of photophobia,
blurring of vision Keratitis, acute angle- closure glaucoma Red eye Painless
Ramanjit Sihota & Radhika Tandon, 2011
A stenopaeic slit test. This test also helps in checking the correction of
astigmatism. The 1 mm wide stenopaeic slit (Fig. 3.43) when placed in front of the
eye allows clearest vision when it is rotated into the axis of astigmatism and the
XIth I.S.C.E.R.G. symposium
One counter to these problems is to use the stenopaeic slit method. EP refraction
in the presence of astigmatic plus spherical errors: stenopaeic slit method The
stenopaeic slit method is to view a stimulus pattern through a narrow slit placed ...
International Society for Clinical Electroretinography, E. Dodt, Jerome T. Pearlman, 1974
STENOPAEIC SLIT A few words about the stenopaeic slit are in order. Actually,
the pinhole aperture is better than the stenopaeic slit in nearly all cases However,
there is an occasional case that the stenopaeic slit "knocks out of the ball park" ...
Joseph Lawton Smith, 1977
Why Don't Spiders Stick to Their Webs?: And 317 Other ...
Thisis precisely whatthe stenopaeic spectacles do;the pinholesdrilledinto the“
lens” screen out allbut those raysheading straight into theeye. The effectis much
greater depth of focus, with objects atawide range of distances all appearing less
An Eye on Numbers: A Ready Reckoner in Ophthalmology
... produce a prismatic effect at the periphery and therefore a ring scotoma about
Dimension of the stenopaeic slit Dimensions of stenopaeic spectacles - most
useful spacing between the holes - optimum size with ordinary illumination nearly
Clinical Methods in Ophthalmology: Practical Manual for ...
... will disappear if the mucus is removed manually or by eye wash. Colored halos
due to corneal edema and immature cataract can be differentiated by Fincham
stenopaeic slit test. Fincham stenopaeic slit test: Astenopaeic slit 2 mm wide is.
A Textbook of Ophthalmology
Before operation test of improvement of visual acuity after full mydriasis, with pin
hole or stenopaeic slit should be done. Examination of the ocular fundus should
show no gross abnormality and the media should be clear. The opacity should ...
E. Ahmed, Ahmed Dr. E., 2004