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Comparative Studies | Medical Surgical | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 4, April 2018
Comparison between Subjective Examination to Objective Examination Streak Retinoscopy without Cycloplegic on Myopia Patients
Abstract: Objective The examination for refractive error can be done subjectively and objectively. This study aim to comparing the result of refractive error correction in subjective examination to objective examination (streak retinoscopy) without cycloplegic on myopia. Methods A prospective observational with cross sectional study was performed. The total sample number is 64 subjects with myopia, all of patients had their vision assessed and the corrected using the subjective examination and streak retinoscopy. Then, the result from both examination were compared and determined by using the refraction examination to obtain the best correction visual acuity (BCVA). Result From 34 eyes on the right eye and 33 eyes on the left eyes had the same result for their refractive error correction (p = 0.919). There are 36 subjects (56.3 %) that got the same result for their correction value and the best result for their vision correction (BCVA) from both refraction examination. Conclusion There was differences between subjective and objective refraction but from the statistical there was no significant difference.
Keywords: Myopia, Subjective Examination, Objective Examination Streak Retinoscopy without Cycloplegic
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 4, April 2018,
Pages: 203 - 205