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monocular

a device for use with one eye, such as a field glass
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Further examination of colour vision with Ishihara plates, tested monocularly was normal.
The lens is introduced monocularly and is rapidly interposed: it should be present for no more than 1/2 a second.
Fixation training is usually performed monocularly initially and binocularly afterwards, with a red filter on one eye to control for the presence of binocular suppression.
In addition, persons with retinitis pigmentosa rarely consciously perform visual tasks monocularly, such as was described in the questionnaire.
Accommodative amplitude was tested monocularly on patients 40 yr of age and younger with the pull-away technique and rated as normal or deficient using age-established norms [29].
Since microperimetry is performed monocularly, there is a question of whether it represents the actual fixation behavior when a person is binocular and is in a real-world environment.
The Atropine in the Treatment of Myopia (ATOM) study in Singapore was a large scale intervention trial in which children were treated monocularly with either 1% atropine or with a placebo, and after 24 months a statistically significant difference in the progression of myopia between the treatment and placebo group was found (placebo group progression was on average greater by -0.
In addition, the WAM 5500 auto-refractor was used to assess the accommodative stimulus/ response (AS/R) function [1,14] to a high-contrast reduced Snellen chart stimuli monocularly in the right eye (OD); the left eye (OS) was fully occluded with a black eye patch.
Higher powered adds provided binocularly may require provision of some base in prism to aid convergence, or prescribing the add monocularly to the better eye.
If the patient saw just one of the images binocularly and both of the monocularly presented images, it was determined that one eye was being suppressed and the other eye had the dominant PRL.
Training was performed both monocularly (5 min) and binocularly (5 min).
If the patient is cooperative, VA should be measured monocularly with the viewing eye in full adduction (that is, the patient viewing at the null point), as this will yield the underlying VA in each eye, and reveal any amblyopia uncontaminated by the nystagmus.