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It is the process in which the eyes see objects at different distances and maintain clear images of the objects by the convergence of light.
It is an anomaly of accommodation wherein the ciliary muscle remains in a constant state of contraction.
It is a measurement of the eyes’ ability to change focus from certain distances to another.
It is a disorder that may cause eyestrain, headaches or vision problems like blurred or double vision.
Clinically, the calculated AC/A ratio is determined by measuring:
The AC/A ratio:
Accommodative responses tend to be smaller than required to make the images of near objects coincident with the retina because of:
Which of the statements about human accommodation is not true:
The sympathetic “fight or flight” response to stress and/or alarm will:
Which of the following abberation change significantly with accommodation