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Meaning of "anisometropia" in the Portuguese dictionary

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PRONUNCIATION OF ANISOMETROPIA IN PORTUGUESE

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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF ANISOMETROPIA

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Anisometropia is a noun.
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WHAT DOES ANISOMETROPIA MEAN IN PORTUGUESE?

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Anisometropia

Anisometropia

Anisometropia is the name given to the condition in which the refractive error is different between the eyes. The greater the difference, the greater the possibility of causing disorders in binocular vision. Anisometropia é o nome que se dá à condição em que o erro refrativo é diferente entre os olhos. Quanto maior a diferença existente, maior a possibilidade de causar transtornos na visão binocular.

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PORTUGUESE WORDS THAT RHYME WITH ANISOMETROPIA


alotropia
a·lo·tro·pia
ametropia
a·me·tro·pi·a
anatropia
a·na·tro·pi·a
anisotropia
a·ni·so·tro·pi·a
antropia
an·tro·pi·a
entropia
en·tro·pi·a
esotropia
e·so·tro·pi·a
exotropia
e·xo·tro·pi·a
filantropia
fi·lan·tro·pi·a
heliotropia
he·li·o·tro·pi·a
heterometropia
he·te·ro·me·tro·pi·a
hipermetropia
hi·per·me·tro·pi·a
hiperopia
hi·pe·ro·pi·a
isotropia
i·so·tro·pi·a
licantropia
li·can·tro·pi·a
macropia
ma·cro·pi·a
misantropia
mi·san·tro·pi·a
monotropia
mo·no·tro·pi·a
pleiotropia
plei·o·tro·pi·a
tixotropia
ti·xo·tro·pi·a

PORTUGUESE WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE ANISOMETROPIA

anisodonte
anisofilia
anisofilo
anisogamia
anisogâmico
anisoína
anisol
anisomastia
anisomelia
anisometria
anisometrópico
anisométrico
anisométrope
anisomiários
anisopelme
anisopétalo
anisopia
anisopiese
anisospérmico
anisospório

PORTUGUESE WORDS THAT END LIKE ANISOMETROPIA

anotropia
apantropia
braquimetropia
campilotropia
desmotropia
emetropia
fototropia
galeantropia
geneantropia
hemitropia
hipantropia
isometropia
micropia
monantropia
morfotropia
ortotropia
parectropia
politropia
zoantropia
zootropia

Synonyms and antonyms of anisometropia in the Portuguese dictionary of synonyms

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Translation of «anisometropia» into 25 languages

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Translator Portuguese - Chinese

屈光参差
1,325 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Spanish

Anisometropía
570 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - English

Anisometropia
510 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Hindi

anisometropia
380 millions of speakers
ar

Translator Portuguese - Arabic

تفاوت الانكسار
280 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Russian

анизометропия
278 millions of speakers

Portuguese

anisometropia
270 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Bengali

anisometropia
260 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - French

anisometropia
220 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Malay

anisometropia
190 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - German

anisometropia
180 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Japanese

不同視
130 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Korean

굴절 부등
85 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Javanese

anisometropia
85 millions of speakers
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Translator Portuguese - Vietnamese

anisometropia
80 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Tamil

கண்ணின் சமனில்முறிவுவலு
75 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Marathi

अनिसोमट्रॉपिया
75 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Turkish

anizometropi
70 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Italian

anisometropia
65 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Polish

anisometropia
50 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Ukrainian

анізометропія
40 millions of speakers

Translator Portuguese - Romanian

anisometropia
30 millions of speakers
el

Translator Portuguese - Greek

ανισομετρωπίας
15 millions of speakers
af

Translator Portuguese - Afrikaans

anisometropia
14 millions of speakers
sv

Translator Portuguese - Swedish

anisometropi
10 millions of speakers
no

Translator Portuguese - Norwegian

anisometropi
5 millions of speakers

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ANISOMETROPIA»

The term «anisometropia» is quite widely used and occupies the 37.013 position in our list of most widely used terms in the Portuguese dictionary.
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Examples of use in the Portuguese literature, quotes and news about anisometropia

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10 PORTUGUESE BOOKS RELATING TO «ANISOMETROPIA»

Discover the use of anisometropia in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to anisometropia and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Portuguese literature.
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Textbook of Ophthalmology
Athiya Agarwal DEFINITION Anisometropia or asymmetropia is that condition in which the refractive power of the two eyes is unequal. ETIOLOGY Congenital anisometropia — this occurs because of differential growth of the eyeball of both  ...
Sunita Agarwal, Athiya Agarwal, Lucio Buratto, 2002
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Primary Care Optometry
However, if there is a significant difference in the spherical refractive errors for the two eyes, the individual is said to have anisometropia. As a general rule, anisometropia is considered to exist if the refraction differs by 1.00 D or more for the ...
Theodore Grosvenor, Theodore P. Grosvenor, 2007
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Optometry: Science, Techniques and Clinical Management
These patients can present with marked degrees of anisometropia, but without the ability possessed by many early-onset anisometropes to suppress the poorer eye, and may require complicated optical solutions involving differential prism ...
Mark Rosenfield, Nicola Logan, Keith H. Edwards, 2009
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Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Accommodative esotropia 5. Small-angle tropia (monofixation syndrome) 6. Intermittent exotropia (rarely associated with amblyopial B. Monocular pattern distortion (suppression and pattern distortion) 1. Anisometropia a. Hyperopia > + 1.50 b.
Kenneth Weston Wright, Peter H. Spiegel, 2003
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Binocular Vision and Stereopsis
2.8 ANISOMETROPIA AND ANISEIKONIA 2.8.1 Relation of anisometropia to aniseikonia Types of anisometropia and aniseikonia An ametropic eye is one in which the image is not brought to focus on the retina for some or all normal viewing ...
Ian P. Howard, 1995
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Ophthalmology
ANISOMETROPIA The optical state with equal refraction in the two eyes is termed isometropia. When the total refraction of the two eyes is unequal the condition is called anisometropia. Small degree of amsometropia is of no concern.
Khurana, 2003
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Clinical Management of Binocular Vision: Heterophoric, ...
The general rule, therefore, is to fully correct the anisometropia. If the patient is amblyopic, the underlying cause of the amblyopia is the uncorrected refractive error. Unless the refractive error is corrected, there is little reason to expect maximal ...
Mitchell Scheiman, Bruce Wick, 2008
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Theory And Practice Of Optics And Refraction
In other words an anisometropia up to 2.5 D is well tolerated and that between 2.5 and 4.0 D can be tolerated depending upon the individual sensitivity. However, if it is more than 4 D. it is not tolerated and is a matter of concern. Aetiology 1.
Khurana, 2008
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Visual Development, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the ...
In each of these high refractive conditions, some inherent defect seems to exist ( 78). Risk factors for high hyperopia include heredity (154). Anisometropia Chinese infants have a rapid reduction of ani- sometropia with a low incidence by 9 ...
Robert H. Duckman, 2006
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29th European Strabismological Association Meeting: ...
Anisometropia and also anisokonia have been seen to affect stereoscopic acuity as well. For this, we study the effects of induced anisometropia by glass lenses on stereopsis, as well as visual acuity. As shown by our study the induced ...
Jan-Tjeerd De Faber, 2006

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ANISOMETROPIA»

Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term anisometropia is used in the context of the following news items.
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Looking after the children with the 2Win
accurately detect anisometropia (Figure 4 shows the information on screen after a test, and Figure 5 shows a data sheet for an anisometropic hyperope). «Optician Online, Sep 15»
2
Amblyopia: Good Eyes But Poor Vision, And 5 Percent Have It
In half of those affected, lack of visual acuity was caused by differences in refraction between the two eyes (anisometropia); in almost one in four it was caused ... «Science 2.0, Jun 15»
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Researchers develop new computer-based vision screening test for …
... 35% for hyperopia (23), 23 % for astigmatism (15), 11% for anisometropia (7), 9% for myopia (6), and 5% for strabismus (3), with some patients failing the gold ... «Medical Xpress, Apr 15»
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Refractive screening made child's play with new Plusoptix screener
Most importantly, the binocular assessment in a child-friendly unit makes the detection of anisometropia (which will be independent of sphere error with ... «Optician Online, Apr 15»
5
Greenwich and OG Lions Collaborate for Sophisticated Eye …
... a sophisticated camera that detects the presence of eye disorders including far and near sightedness, astigmatism, anisometropia, strabismus and anisocoria. «Greenwich Free Press, Mar 15»
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A Mountain Home vision: 'Project Child Sight'
It screens for Anisometropia , Astigmatism , Hyperopia , Myopia , Anisocoria and performs a gaze asymmetry. Screening complete. Sanders' brown eyes get the ... «Baxter Bulletin, Mar 15»
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Por que as pessoas usam óculos?
... vista cansada, que ocorre geralmente após os 40 anos, com embaçamento da visão para perto) e anisometropia (diferença de grau entre um olho e o outro). «Diário do Grande ABC, Mar 15»
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12/10 Dia da Cirurgia Infantil: Crianças podem fazer a cirurgia …
Entretanto, há casos em que seu uso se torna inviável. Quando a criança sofre de anisometropia (diferença exagerada e patológica da refração entre os olhos), ... «Portal Maxpress, Oct 14»
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Conversations in practice: children and teenagers
In fact many young people with anisometropia or high ametropia gain better vision with contact lenses than spectacles.10. Various soft contact lens approaches ... «Optician Online, Sep 14»
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Coding for vision services in primary care practice
Code 99174 is reported for ocular photoscreening for esotropia, exotropia, anisometropia, cataracts, ptosis, hyperopia and myopia. When acuity is measured as ... «AAP News, Aug 14»

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« EDUCALINGO. Anisometropia [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-pt/anisometropia>. Feb 2020 ».
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