2 edition of Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision found in the catalog.
Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision
|Statement||by H. Snellen.|
|LC Classifications||RE929 .S6413x 1868|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||85664490|
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Get this from a library. Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision. [H Snellen]. Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision DSpace/Manakin Repository.
Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of visionCited by: With: Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision / by H. Snellen. 4th ed. London: Williams and Norgate, Bound together subsequent to publication. Microfilm. 1 microfilm reel: negative ; 35 mm. NLM ID: [Book].
The sizes of the type are designated in meters and feet representing the distances at which a person with normal vision is able to read the print. The sizes range from m to 12 m. The first page is headed 'Test types for the determining the acuteness of vision' underneath which is a statement that the test was 'drawn up by GEORGE COWELL FRCS'.Author: George cowell frcs.
Title(s): Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision. Edition: 2d ed. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Utrecht: Van de Weijer, Description: 8 p.: ill.
Language: English Notes: Translation of Probebuchstaben zur Bestimmung der Sehschärfe. NLM ID: [Book]. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Herman Snellen.
Author(s): Snellen,H(Herman), Title(s): Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision. Edition: 4th ed. Country of Publication: England.
Title(s): Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision, myopia, range of accommodation, etc., corresponding to the Schrift-Scalen of Eduard Jaeger. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: W. Wood & Co., Near visual acuity (VA) test charts and a set of reading cards using simplified Chinese characters were designed based on the logMAR principle.
Three experiments were conducted on native Mandarin‐speaking subjects with normal by: 3. The measurement of the acuteness or sharpness of vision is: color vision test-ultrasonography-tonometry-visual acuity. Visual acuity. Surgical destruction of the crystalline lens is called: phacolysis-phacosclerosis-presbyopia-orthoptics.
Phacolysis. In the term phacoemulsification, the combining form phac/o means: pupil-iris. See also, Test types for the determination of the acuteness of vision (2nd ed. in English) Utrecht, Van der Weijer, Ogle KN. On the problem of an international nomenclature for designating.
In he published his work Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision, in which he described in detail his concept: “Over each series of letters of the same size a number was placed indicating the distance (in feet or metres) at which the letters subtended an angle of five minutes.
Fechner’s book, in press as: Pelli, D. Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision book G., & Bex, P. Measuring contrast sensitivity.
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, Test-types for the Determination of the Acuteness of Vision.
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Blaha, Lyndsey Franklin, Zhuanyi Huang. Special ophthalmologic services include such procedures as determination of the refractive state (), ophthalmologic examinations under general anesthesia (, ), gonioscopy (), sensorimotor examinations (), orthoptic and/or pleoptic training (vision therapy) (), contact lens fitting for ocular disease ( Notes on the clinical determination of the acuteness of vision, including the construction and gradation of optotypes, and on systems of notation.
This article has been cited by other articles in Cited by: Green J Notes on the clinical determination of the acuteness of vision including the construction and graduation of optotypes Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc 10  Sloan LL New test charts for the measurement of visual acuity at far and near distances Am J Ophthalmol 48 Cited by: 2.
On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the accurately action acuteness of vision already angle appears assumed asthenopia astigmatism axis becomes calculation cause centre close condition consequently continued contrary convergence convex cornea correct corresponding crystalline lens On the Anomalies of Accommodation and.
The need for precision in visual acuity assessment for low vision research led to the design of the Bailey–Lovie letter chart. This paper describes the decisions behind the design principles used and how the logarithmic progression of sizes led to the development of the logMAR designation of visual acuity and the improved sensitivity gained from letter-by-letter by: Test-Types for Determination of the Acuteness of Vision [Probebuchstaben zur Betimmung der Sehscharfe].
PW van de Weijer: Utrecht, PW Cited by: Page - The distribution of near-sightedness, chiefly in the cultivated ranks, points directly to its principal cause, viz.: tension of the eyes for near objects. Respecting this fact there can be no doubt.
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A program's success is only as powerful as the vision and determination of the teacher delivering it and the learner engaging in it. Brit. Ophthal. () 52, ARABIC TEST TYPES*t FORTHEDETERMINATION OFVISUAL ACUITY BY M. Department ofOphthalmology, University ofCairo, Egypt VISUAL acuity is determined by the smallest angle at which the eye is able to distinguish twopoints as separate.
It is thereforeinversely proportionaltotheminimumvisual angle. The normal visual acuity is found to Cited by: 5. using a book of color vision plates or pages, this test screens for acquired and/or hereditary color visual defects.
Corneal topography using a computerized and digital instrument: maps the curvature of the cornea and is useful in diagnosing corneal diseases such as keratoconus and astigmatism.
But this determination to one object does not proceed from the vision of the believer, but from the vision of Him who is believed.
Thus as far as faith falls short of vision, it falls short of the knowledge which belongs to science, for science determines the intellect to one object by the vision and understanding of first principles.
Vision science, with the ultimate goal of providing a mechanistic account for how we see, has placed a great emphasis on measuring and explaining sensitivity for a wide range of target objects in a wide range of conditions.
Fechner’s book, Elemente der Psychophysik, was the beginning of the modern by: Crowding, today, can be appreciated as a key fact about how people visually recognize objects.
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In he published his work Test-types for the determination of the acuteness of vision, in which he described in detail his concept: “Over. Visual acuity (VA) commonly refers to the clarity of vision, but technically rates an examinee's ability to recognize small details with acuity is dependent on optical and neural factors, i.e., (1) the sharpness of the retinal focus within the eye, (2) the health and functioning of the retina, and (3) the sensitivity of the interpretative faculty of the : This is based off of the "Book of Readings" given by Excelsior college, along with "Why Nations Go to War" by John Stoessinger, "Understanding Global Conflicts and Cooperation" by Nye and Welch, and "War, Peace, and International Politics" by David Ziegler.
Visual acuity is a measurement of the eyes’ ability to resolve spatial detail. Within clinical settings, it has traditionally been assessed using test charts incorporating optotypes.1 In the UK, data are generally specified as an “Acuity Fraction,” although in Europe, decimal conversion is commonplace.
The numerator indicates the test distance and the denominator the distance at which Cited by: 3. Full text of "Eye studies: a series of lessons on vision and visual tests" See other formats. In presenting his work to the profession, the translator wishes to acknowledge the assistance received during its preparation from his friend Dr.
Charles E. Rider, of Rochester, N.Y. During the work of translation his advice on all doubtful points was freely sought and as freely given. While the book has been passing through the press, he has, at the expense of great labor and care.
The estimation of the degrees of per- ception of light, the determination of the acuteness of vision by carefully graduated test-types placed at definite distances, the employment of a strictly accurate nomenclature for the regions of the eye itself, the care that is daily taken to note all the phenomena produced by altered strength or impaired Author: ell Carter.
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