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Mr Mezbah UDDIN

Mr Mezbah UDDIN
PhD

Title of Project:
Comparison of the binocular status in anisometropia with full or partial refractive error correction 
 
Synopsis:
Binocular vision produces a single visual image to maintain visual perceptual skills which are part of the normal human vision.  When a person has anisometropia (significant difference refractive power between their two eyes) normal binocular vision may be affected.  The disparity in the two retinal images may deteriorate or inhibit binocular function including fusion, fusional reserve and stereopsis. It is common to prescribe partial refractive correction to restore comfortable binocular vison. However, there is no specific guidelines for the optimal refractive correction. The current study aims to compare the effect on binocular vision with different partial and full correction and identify the optimal refractive correction to provide the best binocular vision condition and comfortable vision for people with anisometropia.