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The Direction and Level of Dominant Eye According to the Tests
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 Title & Authors
The Direction and Level of Dominant Eye According to the Tests
Shim, Jun-Beom; Joo, Seok-Hee; Shim, Hyun-Suk;
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 Abstract
Purpose: In this study, dominant eye is monitoring and level of dominant was measured in subjective and objective test. Methods: The average age of 21.08 years old of 129 adult (69 male, 60 female) who was no underlying ocular disease were participated in this study. dominant eye was determined by monocular instrument in subjecttive test and using a thin ring () in objective test and level of dominant was measured direction of movement of the thin rim. Results: In the subjective test, there are 100 (77.52%) subjects whose dominant eye was right eye, and 29 (22.48%) subjects whose dominant eye was left eye. In the objective test, 90 (69.77%) subjects had right eye d and 33 (25.58%) subjects had left eye, as dominant eye, and 6 (4.65%) subjects had no dominant eye. Comparison of subjective test and objective test by dominant eye were equal in the 104 (80.62%) subjects, unequal in the 19 (14.73%) and center 6 (4.65%) subjects. The level of dominant eye in objective dominant eye test, there were middle 52 (57.78%) subjects, high 38 (42.22%) subjects in the right eye, and middle 25 (75.76%) subjects, high 8 (24.24%) subjects in the left eye. Conclusions: In this study O - Ring Test hasadvantage of direction and level of dominant eye, and middle or center dominant eye was shown in unequal. From this results, testing of dominant eye should be relationship equal and unequal, also required to be study in dominant eye level in binocular vision.
 Keywords
Dominant eye;Non dominant eye;Dominant eye power;
 Language
Korean
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사진촬영으로 측정한 카파각,신형섭;장준규;

한국안광학회지, 2015. vol.20. 4, pp.485-489 crossref(new window)
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