Definition of Amblyopic. Meaning of Amblyopic. Synonyms of Amblyopic

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Definition of Amblyopic

Amblyopic
Amblyopic Am"bly*op"ic, a. (Med.) Of or pertaining to amblyopy. --Quain.

Meaning of Amblyopic from wikipedia

- vision in normal observers. These deficits are usually specific to the amblyopic eye. Subclinical deficits of the "better" eye have also been demonstrated...
- Amaurotic nystagmus is defined as the nystagmus ****ociated with blindness or the central vision defects. It is characterized by the pendular or jerky movements...
- the visual cortex. The objective is to improve the visual acuity of an amblyopic (lazy) eye. Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenité, DG; Binnie, CD; Meinardi, H (Nov...
- astigmatism, image degradation. When the covered eye is the non-amblyopic eye, the amblyopic eye suddenly becomes the person's only means of seeing. The strabismus...
- of a head-mounted display, is amenable also to amblyopic children, as it improves both the amblyopic eye's visual acuity and the stereo function. The...
- crowding has become an issue in optometry and ophthalmology when testing amblyopic subjects with eye charts, as is apparent from a remark of the Danish ophthalmologist...
- blindness in an otherwise functional eye. Patching the good eye forces the amblyopic eye to function, thereby causing vision in that eye to be retained. It...
- is characterized by progressive death of the retinal ganglion cells. Amblyopic eyes with normal fundus also have normal recovery time. Ophthalmoscope...
- "Prentice award lecture 2011: removing the brakes on plasticity in the amblyopic brain". Optometry and Vision Science. 89 (6): 827–38. doi:10.1097/OPX...
- extent of suppression. It can also be used in vision therapy to train amblyopic subjects in desuppression and eye–hand coordination. A stereoscope can...
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