VISION IMBALANCE: WHEN BOTH EYES REQUIRE A DIFFERENT PRESCRIPTION

Posted by on January 12, 2016 · 7 Comments 

Anisometropia is a vision condition in which the refractive power of both eyes is unequal by a difference of of 2 diopters or more). A person affected by anisometropia will usually see a smaller image in one eye and a larger image in another. In many cases, anisometropia is present from birth, which can be difficult (but certainly possible) to detect. Anisometropia can develop at any age, however, and seems to equally affect males and females. An estimated six percent of children between the ages of six and eighteen will suffer from this visual condition. Read more

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