Eye Examination Lab Results?
Tonight, I want to ask for my medical schedule and the results have already come out. The result is a conclusion that I have an anomaly of right and left eye refraction Anomaly.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Eye refraction, easy is sharp eye sight. The test, which measures eye refraction, means measuring a person's sharp eyesight. When there is an anomaly or abnormality, it means that a person has a visual impairment that may be nearsighted, nearsighted, or cylindrical eyes.
This test is most often done using the Snellen chart, as seen in the image below.
The patient will be asked to close his eyes and look at the letters to be appointed one by one from the seat which is 6 meters from this chart. With advances in technology, these tests have often been modified by replacing these charts in the form of digital slides, but the concept remains the same. The results of the Snellen test will show whether your eyes are normal or have nearsightedness. Handling from nearsightedness is the use of minus-lens glasses.
The test below is a test called the Jaeger test. In contrast to before, this test is to test the condition of farsightedness and is done by asking the patient to read the paper that is on the table near him, not displayed far away like the Snellen test. Handling from nearsightedness is the use of plus-lens glasses. Here is the form of the Jaeger test.
Returning to your case, the point is that the anomaly or disorder has more than one meaning, and who best knows what type of abnormality you have, and how it is handled is the doctor who examined you. So if you want to find out more fully, our advice is that you should go back to the doctor who examined you, to the ophthalmologist or at least bring the complete results to the general practitioner who is near you. So, hopefully answering your question.