Date of Award
Master of Science in Vision Science
Carol B. Pratt
Throughout the optometric examination, the examiner strives to obtain consistent findings, i.e., of the cylinder power, cylinder axis and also of the anisometropia of the subjective acuity lenses and objective findings. Tile experlmentors wish to show that the correlation between the far point subjective spherical equivalent anisometropia and the anisometropia of the average of the two principal meridians of the corneal power as determined by ophthalmometry is not high enough to be a check of internal consistency of the optometric analysis.
Bolokoski, Gerald W.; Adair, Hugh R. II; and Kvortek, Joseph J., "The correlation of the gross opthalmometer anisometropia with the best far point acuity lens (O.E.P. #7A) anisometropia" (1965). College of Optometry. 256.