Visual Acuity Testing Standards

Visual acuity describes the acuteness or "sharpness" of vision; that is the ability to perceive small details. The primary measurement tool is the letter chart introduced in 1862 by Donders and Snellen at the Eye Infirmary at Utrecht in the Netherlands. Study More

Visual Rehabilitation in Patients with Keratoconus by Using Contact Lenses

Keratoconus (KC) is a disease which affects young adults in their active years and may have a marked impact on their ability to read, walk around or drive. Study More

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