By Bruce J. W. Evans BSc PhD FCOptom DipCLP DipOrth FAAO FBCLA, Sandip Doshi PhD MCOptom
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2 5 DS). They cannot relax to a normal near lag because any relaxation of accommodation results in loss of control of convergence. Exercises are the treatment of choice and are almost always successful (see Chapters 3 and 6). Indeed, if they are found not to be successful then careful review of the diagnosis is prudent, in particular a check on medial rectus function. Convergence excess esophoria Uncorrected hypermetropia and/or a high AC/A ratio can result in a decompensated esophoria at near (see Chapters 1-4).
G. Distance: orthophoria, Near (33cm):3~ exophoria. PD = 6cm 1 1 6cm PD The gradient test gives the lower value, perhaps because the large typeface of the numbers does not require full accommodation. Also, the real distance of the numbers is obvious, and this proximal cue conflicts with the visual stimulus created by change in the power of the lenses. 2). Clinically it is important to be able to designate the ACj A ratio as high or low; that is, whether a patient's accommodation has a major or minor effect on convergence.
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