Refraction is an art and mastering it requires patience and passion. It is not simply prescribing glasses but fine tuning your refraction to match the patient’s needs and expectations,
Dr. Manjunath Natarajan, N18243, Dr. Mona Gautam
This study is an attempt to investigate the effectiveness of Mohindra’s near retinoscopy (M.R) technique. The noteworthy feature of this technique being that the results are close to post-cycloplegic retinoscopy, without using cycloplegic drugs. Thus eliminating the use of cycloplegic drugs & their associated side effects.
Dr. Prabhav Bansal, B17194,Dr. Rakesh Maggon, Dr. Brig (Mrs ) SagarikaPatyal, Dr. (Lt Col ) Anirudh Singh
Myopia or short-sightedness is a refractory state of the eye in which parallel rays coming from infinity tend to fall in front of retina with accommodation at rest.
FP1241 : Incidence and Results of Cyclotorsion Compensation in Patients Undergoing Myopic Smile Correction.
Dr.Sheetal Brar, B15612, Dr. Sri Ganesh
Incidence and results of cyclotorsion compensation in patients undergoing myopic SMILE correction
Dr. Shruti Bonda, B18477, Dr. Sumita Mohapatra, Dr. Harshavardhan V K, Dr. Parul Priyambada
Degenerative myopia[ also known as pathologic myopia or high myopia] is defined as a condition when myopic refractive error is >6.0 D or >26.5mm of axial length associated with degenerative fundus changes.
FP1332 : Is Smart Phone Based Ishihara Testing an Alternative To Ishihara Booklet for Color Vision Assessment
Dr.Avadhesh Oli, O13081, Dr. Santosh Kumar, Dr.Dattakiran Joshi
Normal color vision is requirement for usual day to day activities1. Color Perception (CP) assessment is crucial in initial medical assessment of candidates for entry into armed forces.
Dr.Kalyani Deshpande, D15134, Dr. Rohit Shetty, Dr.Rushad Shroff, Dr. Abhijit Sinha Roy
Keratoconus (KC) is a degenerative corneal disease, accompanied by chronic steepening of the cornea, thinning of the epithelium and stroma.
FP266 : Correlation of Axial Length of Eyeball & Peripapillary Rnfl Thickness Measured By Oct in Myopes
Dr. Kousik Sarkar, S18651, Dr. Bharat Sarmah Puzari, Dr. Jawahar Jyoti Kuli
Myopia is a form of refractive error wherein parallel rays of light coming from infinity, come to a focus in front of sentient layer of the retina when the eye is at rest.
FP577 : Auto Refractometer: Unreliable in Calculation of Refractive Error in Children; Retinoscopy is a Must
Dr. Priyanka Raj,R17968, Dr. Alka Jha, Dr. Manoj Kumar, Dr.Vireshwar Prasad
Comparison of refractive error obtained by auto refractometer and streak retinoscopy in children of age group 06-15 years. Material & Method: A clinic based study to compare refractive error obtained by auto refractometer and dilated retinoscopy after using atropine or homatropine, as required, in 50 children of age group 6-15 years.
FP618 : Unilateral Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction (Cnldo) Presents with Refractive Errors (RE).
Dr. Anurag Shandil, Dr. Zia Chaudhuri, Dr. Om Prakash
A higher prevalence of anisometropia compared to the general population as also a significantly higher spherical equivalent in the eyes affected by CNLDO, if unilateral, has been reported in literature.