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retinoscopy (redirected from Dynamic retinoscopy)
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n. pl. ret·i·nos·co·pies
Medical examination and analysis of the refractive properties of the eye. Also called skiascopy.
ret′i·no·scop′ic (-ə-skŏp′ĭk) adj.
(Medicine) ophthalmol a procedure for detecting errors of refraction in the eye by means of an instrument (retinoscope) that reflects a beam of light from a mirror into the eye. Diagnosis is made by observing the areas of shadow and the direction in which the light moves when the mirror is rotated. Also called: skiascopy or shadow test
a method of determining the refractive error of an eye using an ophthalmoscope to illuminate the retina through the lens of the eye. Also called skiascopy. — retinoscopist, n.See also: Eyes
n. retinoscopía, determinación y evaluación de errores visuales de refracción.
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24) This is easily calculated using dynamic retinoscopy
by either changing the working distance (Nott retinoscopy) or changing lenses (MEM retinoscopy) to determine the lag or lead of accommodation.
A comparison of the reliability of dynamic retinoscopy
and subjective measurements of amplitude of accommodation.
An evaluation of the monocular estimate method of dynamic retinoscopy
A comparison study of dynamic retinoscopy
Use dynamic retinoscopy
, ideally with the Ulster-Cardiff (UC) Accommodation cube, to check for accommodative weakness.
Accommodative response in children and young adults using dynamic retinoscopy
Retinoscopy showed David to be highly myopic, but the eyes and visual system were otherwise healthy, and dynamic retinoscopy
showed accommodation to be normal.
a) The plus power required can be determined by dynamic retinoscopy