Explanation Of Eye Vision Examination Results?
Hello, I yesterday MCU my eyes 5/6 what does that mean, please explain🙏
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Vision is examined to measure how well a person can see at close and far distances. This examination uses the Snellen diagram. Patients are asked to sit at a distance of 6 meters to read the letters listed on the diagram, ranging from letters with the largest size to letters with smaller sizes. The examination is carried out alternately for the right and left eyes. The best sharp vision of a patient is determined based on the bottom line of letters that can still be read correctly by the patient.
Normal normal vision is 6/6, which means that normal people can see objects (Snellen's diagram) at a distance of 6 meters, and patients who are examined can see the same object at a distance of 6 meters. Sharp vision 5/6 means that you need a distance of 5 meters to be able to see an object that can be seen by people with normal sharp vision at a distance of 6 meters. This vision is usually said to be normal and does not require special corrective action. Do not hesitate to consult with the doctor who examined you about the results of this visual examination and its implications for the requirements of the health test you are taking.
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