Anisometropia

Anisometropia (Graece an- 'non' + iso- 'idem' + metr- 'mensura' + ops 'oculus') est status cum binis oculis humanis impar vis optica sit.[1] Variatio unius diopteri vel plus plerumque est acceptum diagnosis anisometropiae limen.[2][3] Plurimi autem aegroti tris anisometropiae diopteros tolerare possunt antequam symptomata capitis doloris, asthenopiae, visus binarii, et photophobiae significationem clinicam habent.[4]

Antimetropia est rarum anisometropiae genus, ubi alius oculus myopicus, alius hyperopicus est; circiter 0.1 centesimae omnium hominum antimetropici sunt.[5]

Anisometropia ex momento geneticae circumiectorumque oriri putatur.[6]

Nexus interni

  • Amblyopia
  • Astigmatismus
  • Strabismus
  • Yun Seok-yeol

Notae

  1. "Anisometropia - American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus" 
  2. Hammond, Christopher J (2013-01-01), Hoyt, Creig S; Taylor, David, eds., "Chapter 5 - Emmetropization, refraction and refractive errors: control of postnatal eye growth, current and developing treatments", Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (editio quarta) (Londinii: W. B. Saunders): pp. 31–35, ISBN 978-0-7020-4691-9 .
  3. Nunes, Amélia F; Batista, Maria; Monteiro, Pedro (2022-01-10). "Prevalence of anisometropia in children and adolescents". F1000Research 10: 1101 .
  4. Krarup, Therese Grønhøj; Nisted, Ivan; Christensen, Ulrik; Kiilgaard, Jens Folke; la Cour, Morten (Iunius 2020). "The tolerance of anisometropia". Acta Ophthalmologica 98 (4): 418–426 .
  5. Vincent, Stephen J.; Read, Scott A. (1 Iulii 2014). "Progressive adult antimetropia". Clinical and Experimental Optometry 97 (4): 375–378 .
  6. Vincent, Stephen J; Collins, Michael J; Read, Scott A; Carney, Leo G (2014-07-01). "Myopic anisometropia: ocular characteristics and aetiological considerations". Clinical and Experimental Optometry 97 (4): 291–307 

Bibliographia

  • Astle, William F., Jamalia Rahmat, April D. Ingram, et Peter T. Huang. 2007. "Laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy for anisometropic amblyopia in children: Outcomes at 1 year." Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery 33, no. 12 (December): 2028–34. doi:10.1016/j.jcrs.2007.07.024. PMID 18053899. S2cid 1886316.
  • Barrett, B. T., A. Bradley, et T. R. Candy. 2013. "The relationship between anisometropia and amblyopia." Progress in Retinal and Eye Research 36 (September): 120–58. doi:10.1016/j.preteyeres.2013.05.001. PMID 23773832. PMC 3773531.
  • Czepita, D., W. Goslawski, et A. Mojsa. 2005. "Occurrence of anisometropia among students ranging from 6 to 18 years of age." Klin Oczna 107 (4–6): 297–9. PMID 16118943.
  • Vincent, S. J., M. J.Collins, S. A. Read, et L. G. Carney. 2014. "Myopic anisometropia: ocular characteristics and aetiological considerations." Clinical & Experimental Optometry 97 (4): 291–307. PMID 24939167. S2cid 205048169. PDF.

Nexus externi

  • "Anisometropia - American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus/"
  • "Guide to Anisometropia (& Treatment Options)." Apud NVISION Eye Centers.