Explanation Of The Results Of Eye Examinations Using A Computer?
My eyes often feel tired, usually my eyes become blurry and shaded objects. Because I have begun to be somewhat disturbed, finally I checked my eyes in optics, the dioptic was tested by my eyes using a computer, the results were OD Cyl -050 Axis + 180OS Cyl -050 Axis + 180 Is the test using a computer more accurate and reliable? Thank you
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Your myopic eye complaints may lead to the condition indicated by your examination results, namely mayta refractive disorders in the form of astigmatism (or better known as cylindrical eyes). In this condition, the shadow will fall in more than 1 point on the retina, giving rise to shaded and blurred vision.
However, aside from that, nearsightedness can also be caused by other things, such as:
Inflammation of the cornea
Inflammation of the pigment membrane
Inflammation of the retina
DM retinopathy or hypertension
Accurate or not an instrument, of course, indeed varies. However, if the tool has been established and used as a diagnostic tool, ideally it has reached a fairly high standard of accuracy. To ensure the accuracy of this tool, you can ask the person in charge of the optics.
To ensure a definitive diagnosis, and ascertain whether there are other reasons besides your astigmatism refractive disorders, you should consult a general practitioner first. If you need further examination and tracking, your doctor will refer you to an ophthalmologist.
As for what you should do is:
Avoid rubbing the eyes
Avoid reading in a dark place reading letters that are too small, and too close together.
Consumption of fruits and vegetables to maintain the intake of vitamins and minerals which one of its functions is also to maintain eye health
Limit screen viewing activities such as mobile phones, televisions, or computers
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and useful :)