Sensory causes of diplopia- Aniseikonia - Private Eye Clinic

Sensory causes of diplopia- Aniseikonia - Private Eye Clinic

Sensory causes of diplopia- Aniseikonia LIONEL KOWAL RVEEH MELBOURNE Financial involvement: Patients paid their bills Diplopia 2 images, one seen by each eye, are separated and the patients motor and sensory fusion are inadequate to bring them together Usually only consider the motor aspect of

separation Motor fusion impaired by sensory problems - the 2 images need to be fairly similar to be fused: Aniseikonia - difference in image size - will prevent fusion

Metamorphopsia Field defect Often treatable with glasses You miss more by not asking than by not knowing ..after John Colvin ASK EVERY PATIENT WHOSE DIPLOPIA IS NOT EASILY COMPENSATED FOR WITH PRISM: Is the image seen by the R Larger / smaller than the L

The same shape as L Paler / darker than L Tilted [not aniseikonia: torsion] Materials and methods Retrospective chart study

11 patients Aged 29-86 M:F 8:3 Results n=11

10 vision 6/8 worse eye 10 complained of diplopia

1 had wobbling of words or better in the Results n=11 Anisometropia in 7

Macular causes in 4 2/4 had ERM on macula NO ERM SURGERY 1/4 had previous ERM peel with residual or recurrent ERM temporal to macula 1/4 had macular hole surgery & anisometropia RESPONDED TO GLASSES FOR ANISOMETROPIA Measuring aniseikonia

The least amount of aniseikonia causing disruption of fusion was 2% Largest amount of aniseikonia was 20 % which was corrected with telescopic lenses (+CLs with equal in glasses) Other techniques: Synoptophore Free space techniques

AWAYAS NEW ANISEIKONIA TEST Use R-G glasses. Find the pair of semicircles where the difference in size compensates for the patients aniseikonia Measuring aniseikonia Free space estimation Separate with prism. Which eye sees the bigger / smaller image? If each bar of the E is ~20%, how much bigger / smaller is the image seen by L? R? Check with prism in front of other eye prisms can cause magnification

CONFOUNDER: MEASUREMENT ARTEFACT - each technique can give a VERY different answer Ask pt to look @ both 6/60 E. RE sees the higher image. Which one is bigger? Does it look like an E should? Are all parts of it bigger [mmorphopsia]? Is the E Tilted? If a bar of the E is worth 20%, how much bigger is it? Also check with BD prism in front of other eye - prisms can also cause magnification Results

7 /11 n=11 had vertical deviation ?vertical fusion is more fragile than horizontal 3 /7 also had horizontal

deviations 2 had exophoria with poor FR Results 5 n=11 modified spectacles + prisms 1 contact lenses 1 reduced prescription of near add on one lens

Results n=11 1 had telescopic lenses (+ve CL and ve spectacle lens) FOR 20% ANISEIKONIA 2 had surgery for exotropia 1 declined treatment Results In most patients, aniseikonia

precipitates small angle strabismus due to loss of sensory fusion wch in turn impairs motor fusion Compensation for the strabismus with prisms along with lenses modified to compensate for the aniseikonia worked in 5/7 optically corrected patients Discussion

Two main clinical causes of Aniseikonia Macular causes Anisometropia ~ 1% of aniseikonia per DS of anisometropia A Prospective Study of Binocular Visual Function before and after Successful Surgery to Remove a Unilateral

Epiretinal Membrane Ophthalmology November 2008 2/27: diplopia Measured stereo, motor fusion & VA. Stereo & total motor fusion ranges reduced

After successful surgery, stereo function, VA & motor fusion improved mainly in those with shorter duration of symptoms [esp < 18mo] Stereo function improved mainly in those with better preoperative stereo Optical solutions to increase image size

Increase front base curve Increase central thickness Decreased vertex distance increases image size in lens [and decreases in +] increase refractive index .often successful NOT known to average optometrist / dispenser Aniseikonia as a substantial factor in

causing diplopia Probably rare Always unrecognised by referring doctor or optom Need to ask about it - pt always knows but needs to be asked the right Q

Often fixable with prisms and aniseikonic modifications THANK YOU Discussion

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Advent I - Hope

    Advent I - Hope

    One. Today our Advent wreath begins to shine as we light the first candle, the candle of Hope. Because God knows us and loves us and sends a savior to lead us, we have confident hope for the future God...
  • Vet Equipment ID Practice - montgomery.k12.ky.us

    Vet Equipment ID Practice - montgomery.k12.ky.us

    Clipper comb. Dehorner - Barnes. Dehorner - electric. Dehorner - scoop or tube. ... Scissors- Lister bandage. Scissors- Littauer suture removal. Scissors- Mayo dissecting. ... Vet Equipment ID Practice Last modified by: tdye Company:
  • Science Inquiry Skill Analyzer and Activity Portal

    Science Inquiry Skill Analyzer and Activity Portal

    Design and Development of Pathways to Inquiry A three year proof-of-concept project supported by NSF Yiping Lou, Pamela Blanchard, Jaime Carnaggio & Srividya Singampalli
  • Keys to Department of State Compliance 7/15/2012 1

    Keys to Department of State Compliance 7/15/2012 1

    www.exchangestudent.org. under ESSEX Forms- GF Section F and complete as much information as possible and print that page before acquiring signatures. _____ Sec D (Minimum allowance ($75-$125) ... You MUST purchase CISI Bolduc Health Insurance - Plan B and Personal...
  • Optics Intro Geometric Optics Raytracing UCSD: Physics 121;

    Optics Intro Geometric Optics Raytracing UCSD: Physics 121;

    Winter 2012 UCSD: Physics 121; 2012 * Curved mirrors What if the mirror isn't flat? light still follows the same rules, with local surface normal Parabolic mirrors have exact focus used in telescopes, backyard satellite dishes, etc. also forms virtual...
  • Welcome to Gearing Up for Kindergarten

    Welcome to Gearing Up for Kindergarten

    A Day in Kindergarten. To do: Talk parents/guardians through a typical day in kindergarten in your school district. If you are not a kindergarten teacher, you may wish to arrange to have a teacher video a brief segment, Skype with...
  • Acids, Bases, and Salts

    Acids, Bases, and Salts

    A buffer is a solution of a weak acid and one of its salts, or a solution of a weak base and one of its salts. Buffers are able to resist drastic changes in pH. The buffering capacity is the...
  • Algebra Jeopardy - Ohio Northern University

    Algebra Jeopardy - Ohio Northern University

    Algebra Jeopardy Terms Polynomials Equations Miscellaneous 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 Terms: 100 points A _____ is a symbol for a number we don't know yet.