Clinical Measurements Of Aniseikonia
Here we see right eye have no power & left eye have high minus power, so image projected to the visual cortex in LE is same as the object, but RE image is small than the object.

Clinical Measurements Of Aniseikonia

In older optometric/ophthalmic textbooks, rules of thumb have been defined to correct aniseikonia, without actually testing for the amount of aniseikonia.  These rules are based on Knappā€™s law, which deals…

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Clinical Types Of Aniseikonia
Here we see right eye have no power & left eye have high minus power, so image projected to the visual cortex in LE is same as the object, but RE image is small than the object.

Clinical Types Of Aniseikonia

Aniseikonia is an ocular condition, where the image projected to the visual cortex from two retinaie are abnormally unequal in size and shape, mainly aniseikonia is a defect of binocular…

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