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82 Possible Causes for Bilateral Hyperopia

  • Hyperopia

    Performance on a range of standardized academic-related outcome measures was assessed with and without 2.50 diopters of simulated bilateral hyperopia (administered in a randomized[] METHODS: Thirty-seven patients (5-8 years old) with bilateral hyperopia and esotropic amblyopia underwent a comprehensive ophthalmic examination, including cycloplegic refraction[] Convert to ICD-10-CM : 367.0 converts approximately to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM H52.03 Hypermetropia, bilateral Approximate Synonyms Bilat hyperopia Bilateral hyperopia Hyperopia[]

  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy

    At six months of age the patient ultimately developed bilateral nystagmus and hyperopia, features characteristic of the syndrome.[]

  • Diabetic Cataract

    Keywords: Diabetes mellitus/complications; Cataract/etiology; Hyperopia; Case reports [Publication type] RESUMO Paciente de 13 anos, com história recente de hiperglicemia,[] Two weeks after resolution of the hyperglycemic state, the bilateral feathery streak-like posterior subcapsular opacities regressed completely, hypermetropic refraction decreased[]

  • Dacryostenosis

    […] in the fellow eye, and 1 patient had bilateral CNLDO.[] Twenty-six of the 30 patients had hyperopic anisometropia; more severe hyperopia occurred in the eye with CNLDO in 23 patients (88.5%), 2 patients had more severe hyperopia[] […] the remainder had contralateral anisometropic amblyopia related to a difference in hyperopia greater than 1.50 diopters (2 of 20) or bilateral amblyopia related to uncorrected[]

  • Keratoconus

    An eight year old boy, whose initial refractive error was high hyperopia with short axial length of 20mm, presented as bilateral advanced keratoconus with acute hydrops in[] To describe a case of high hyperopia, keratoconus and pigmentary retinopathy.[]

  • Toxic Amblyopia

    Hyperopia (most common) Severe unilateral Hyperopia or Myopia Astigmatism Isometric amblyopia Severe, equal Refractive Error s Deprivation Amblyopia (least common) Congenital[] […] years Etiologies Strabismus (most common cause of amblyopia) Misalignment of eyes Refractive Amblyopia Anisometropia Large difference in Refractive Error between eyes Causes Bilateral[]

  • Esotropia

    Abstract We report a case of nonaccommodative esotropia developing after bilateral cataract surgery that corrected the preexisting hyperopia in a patient with accommodative[] Bilateral sixth nerve paresis might evolve into comitant esodeviation without motility limitations in the future.[] Our patients showed normal ductions and versions and had a low hyperopia or myopic astigmatism, thereby ruling out bilateral sixth nerve palsy or early onset refractive accommodative[]

  • Isolated Congenital Sclerocornea

    SCLEROCORNEA continued…  SCLEROCORNEA PLANA: Flat cornea with high hyperopia.[] .  A type of mesodermal dysgenesis  Non progressive, usually bilateral, asymmetric 7.[]

  • Lipoid Nephrosis

    (PSC) in three of 15 patients; and high hyperopia, strabismus, and amblyopia in one of 15 patients ( Table 2 ).[] Ophthalmologic examination revealed moderate myopia (spherical equivalent of refraction error (SE) of 1 to 5) in 10 of 15 patients; bilateral posterior subcapsular cataract[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Deafness 9

    MEGALOCORNEA Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, and Ocular Manifestations Megalocornea is characterized by bilateral anterior segment enlarge- ment with a corneal horizontal diameter[] […] microcornea, congenital cataract, mental retardation, retinal dystrophy, optic atrophy, hypogeni- talism, and microcephaly.7 Treatment Treatment involves spectacle correction for hyperopia[]

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