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Hyperopia

The HYPEROPIA app is a powerful tool in simulation prescribing for patients with hyperopia

The HYPEROPIA app is a powerful tool in simulation prescribing for patients with hyperopia

Hyperopia

by Evandro Souza
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What is it about?

The HYPEROPIA app is a powerful tool in simulation prescribing for patients with hyperopia.

Hyperopia

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
NA
Size
6Mb
Genre
Medical Utilities
Last updated
July 30, 2019
Release date
June 11, 2013
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App Store Description

The HYPEROPIA app is a powerful tool in simulation prescribing for patients with hyperopia.

With HYPEROPIA, doubts surrounding the prescription for this type of patient are completely clarified, due to the easy interactive visualization of accommodative balance.

The eye is considered hypermetropic when the image of the object observed at infinity is beyond the retinal plane. This can occur due to reduced anteroposterior length in relation to the power of refraction of theeye’s optical system (axial hypermetropy), low refractive power of the eye in terms of its anteroposterior diameteror a combination of these conditions.

The symptoms of hypermetropy depend on a number of factors such as its magnitude, range of accommodation and the patient’s age.

Low visual acuity and symptoms that characterize asthenopia such as headache, difficulty in reading, watering eyes, burning and pain may be complaints observed in these patients.In children, hypermetropy can also manifest itself as accommodative endodeviations, requiring adequate treatment against amblyopia.

Total hypermetropy in a patient can be measured after cycloplegia and consists of the sum of manifest and latent fractions. Manifest hypermetropy represents the fraction that is not composed of the absolute and the facultative.

Absolute hypermetropy represents the fraction that is not corrected by accommodation, whereas facultative hypermetropy is the portion corrected by accommodation.

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