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The Clinical Value Of Optometry, Retinoscopy And Integrated Refractometer In The Diagnosis Of Adult Myopia
Sep 28, 2017

Comparing the accuracy of intraocular lens refraction, astigmatism and astigmatism in patients with adult myopia, and to evaluate the accuracy and clinical value of astrophotometry in adult myopia.

Methods The data of microscopic optometry, retinoscopy and integrated refractometer were used in 164 patients (328 eyes). The data of spherical refraction, lens refraction and astigmatism were measured by three methods. SPSS11.0 statistical software for time t test and single factor analysis of variance, P <0.05 that the difference was significant.

Results The optical refraction measured by the computer spherical refraction (-5.2104 ± 2.1450), respectively, with the retinoscopy and the main test (-1.0888 ± 0.8182) and astigmatism (148.2895) were measured by computerized optometry (-1.0122 ± 1.9984 and -2.9604 ± 2.0285, respectively), the difference was significant (p <0.05) ± 49.9303) were compared with those of the retinoscopy and subjective optometry (respectively, -1.1250 ± 0.8221 and -1.0592 ± 0.8030) and the astigmatic axis (149.5395 ± 50.2074 and 149.7368 ± 50.1258, respectively) Apparent (P> 0.05) .

Conclusion In the study of adult myopic optometry (p <0.05), there was no significant difference between the two groups (P> 0.05) . Computer optometry can only provide a rough range of refractive error, and medical retinoscopy combined with the main refiner is the most accurate and most reliable optometry method.




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