1. Anisometropia is a term used to describe;
2. Antimetropia describes the following condition;
3. Anisometropia, if left untreated in children, can cause;
4. In clinical practice, anisometropia is typically defined as;
5. Anisometropia often causes symptoms of asthenopia which may include the following symptoms;
6. Binocular vision in Anisometropia is:
7. Humans experience binocular vision because;
8. There are two types of stereopsis they are;
9. Stereopsis helps us to;
10. The definition of aniseikonia is;
11. Which anatomical structures contribute to Structural Aniseikonia?
12. The goal in designing glasses for aniseikonia is;
13. Which type of dynamic aniseikonia is more problematic?
14. The phenomenon known as anisophoria is caused by;
15. The typical threshold tolerance for unequal image size when looking through a set of lenses is;
16. The shape factor includes changing which aspects of the lens?
17. The power factor includes which of the following?
18. For each 1 D change in BC, the vertex distance changes by approximately
19. When designing glasses for someone with Anisohyperopia, its best to;
20. Ametropia is the result of;
Evaluation Questions
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.