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Ophthalmology tropias versus phorias

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Ophthalmology tropias versus phorias
Ophthalmology tropias versus phorias
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This video shows animated cartoons demonstrating the difference between a tropia and a phoria. We go over the cover-uncover test and the cross-cover test. This segment was extracted from the Pediatric Ophthalmology lecture from
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Ophthalmology Lecture Tropias Phorias part 1 2 This presentation demonstrates an approach to eye-movement disorders commonly seen in an ophthalmology or optometry clinic. This is the first half of the lecture, and focusses on large-angle tropias and how to document and name tropias (exotropia,esotropia,hypertropia,hypotropia).
99,881 views | Nov 07, 2010

Ophthalmology Lecture Tropias Phorias part 2 2 The second half of this lecture focusses on the difference between phorias and tropias. Specifically, the cover-uncover test and the cross-cover test (also known as the alternate-cover test) are demonstrated.
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Alternating Cover Test

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Orthoptic Clinical Skills Assessment of Binocular Vision

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How I improved my Eyesight with Eye Exercises

READ BEFORE COMMENTING! FAQs: How is your eyesight now? It's about the same as when I made the video: I injured my right eye causing permanent vision impairment which then destroyed my motivation, so I'm still around -2. However, I am back to doing eye exercises as of Sept 2014 and plan on continuing doing them daily.Should I wear glasseslenses while doing the eye exercises? No. I'm assuming it's okay to palm while wearing lenses, but I have never tried lenses so I can't say for certain unless someone lets me know.Is it okay to wear my glasses all the time? The more you wear them the more you are letting your eyes be lazy. Of course some people, and especially those with higher prescriptions, will need to use their glasses almost all the time, but try to take some time off and do some exercises. As you progressively improve, you can ask your optometrist for a slightly lower prescription than what heshe would originally prescribe, to allow your eyes to work towards that prescription.Can these exercises be used to maintain current vision? Yes. It can take a lot of work to improve your vision, but to maintain it, much less effort is required.I am assuming 95%+ of the people who watch this video will not start doing eye exercises, which is totally understandable seeing how much time they can require. For those of you who do however, you should do more reading on the topic, and not only rely on the information presented in this video. (Disclaimer)WARNING: If you have glaucoma, longer sessions of palming will actually raise your eye pressure, which would of course be detrimental. For glaucoma it is recommended to massage and stretch the neck, and do the peripheral exercise described in the video.Further recommended resources: My other video demonstrating a few more eye exercises, with details in the description: http:bit.ly1wTD4Sg Yoga for Your Eyes DVD (free on youtube) by Meir Schneider: http:bit.ly1vsrluB David's Method: http:www.iblindness.orgdavids-method I highly recommend Meir Schneider's latest book, Vision for Life http:bit.ly1rzhiBr In addition to his earlier book, Yoga for Your Eyes. A forum containing lots of vision improvement enthusiasts: http:bit.ly1pLCFvu Article on sunlight improving vision: http:www.marksdailyapple.comsunlight-myopiaWhile on my computer I use very helpful and customizable software which reminds me to take breaks from using the computer. Every 20 minutes I have a 1 minute break, in which I stand up from my desk, move around a bit and either look out of the window or do a short stretch or eye exercise. It can be downloaded for free at this site (Mac OSX only) : http:bit.ly1eqNH9R If anyone knows of a PCwindows equivalent, please let me know and I'll link to it here.
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