The doctor said that the eye axis was long and that the pupil should be dilated to see the real situation, but I didn't let the pupil be dilated and went home.Do I need a dilated pupil for normal naked eye vision?Is it myopia?
It is still recommended to look at the pupil, because if the eye axis is long, this part of myopia may belong to the pseudomyopia ah eye circumference long means that soon becomes true myopia, so the purpose of the pupil is also to clarify this part of the degree belongs to the pseudo or true, and vision has nothing to do with.
Naked eye vision normal 1.0 does not mean that there is no display, so dilated pupil examination must still be done, but normal vision can also be done without further dilated pupil examination, so that also indicates that this clinic is very careful and diligent, myopia is the light gathering point into the eye falls in front of the retina, so see far is not clear, farsighted is the light into the eye sniper point falls behind the retina, so farsighted people see things to use the adjustment forceThe farsighted person's vision will be normal.
Hello, 6-year-old children need dilated pupils for vision check as well as optometry, both of which have inaccurate results. Initially, it looks like the child has myopia, which should be farsighted under normal circumstances.So you can do a dilated optometry examination.It is important to develop good eye habits.