BV2 - Deviations and anomalies

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ijesc
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301426
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BV2 - Deviations and anomalies
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2015-04-24 00:44:25
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OPTM3111
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BV2
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  1. What are deviations? (2)
    • when the two eyes do not 'point' at the same object
    • when the image of OOR does not fall on both foveae
  2. If deviations manifest, it is known as? (3)
    • strabismus
    • squint
    • heterotropia/tropia
  3. if deviations are latent, it is know as
    heterophoria/phoria
  4. what is the fusion-free position?
    the direction the eye moves when it is uncovered
  5. What do we need to specify with vertical deviations?
    • if manifest - the deviating eye and its directoin
    • if latent - which eye is hyper
  6. What are intermittent deviations? (2)
    • sometimes latent/manifest
    • compensated-decompensated
  7. what are compensated and decompensated deviations?
    • compensated - phroia, no asthenopia
    • decompensated - tropia, H/A, eyestrain

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