There are several types of anisometropia: The length of the eye axes is different, but the refractive power of the optical apparatus of the eyes is the same. Refractive. The refractive power of the optical apparatus of each eye is different, and the length of Cephalexin axis is the same. Mixed. Each eye of the patient has its own, different from the other eye, the power of refraction of light rays and the length of the eye axis.Join Us
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If the difference in refraction errors between the right and left eyes exceeds 2-3 diopters, then in the visual analyzer of keflex, the images received from different eyes cannot merge into a single image, binocular vision is disturbed. As a result, a person sees objects fuzzy and vague, his orientation in space is disturbed, headaches and nausea often occur.
Conservative treatment of anisometropia consists in the selection of corrective contact lenses or glasses. This method provides good results, but it cannot be used for significant degrees of anisometropia. With the ineffectiveness of conservative therapy, laser vision correction is resorted to. This method is highly effective and safe, the operation is practically painless, and the recovery period is only 10-14 days.
The central nervous system seeks to protect itself from such discomfort, for which it ignores the received image from the eye with the largest refractive error. As a result, the visual functions of this eye gradually fade away, amblyopia develops, or, as this condition is also called, lazy eye disease. Another complication of anisometropia can be convergent or divergent strabismus.