Hari R1* and Shrijana Chaudhary2
1Assistant Professor, Vittala International Institute of Ophthalmology, Hosakerehalli, Banashankari Bangalore, India
2Intern (Final Year), Vittala International Institute of Ophthalmology, Hosakerehalli, Banashankari Bangalore, India
*Corresponding Author: Hari R, Assistant Professor, Vittala International Institute of Ophthalmology, Hosakerehalli, Banashankari Bangalore, India.
Received: December 20, 2021; Published: January 31, 2022
>A 16 year old girl complaint of severe headache especially in occipital area since 2 weeks. History of long hours of computer usage more than 6 hours a day. No any ocular trauma or any head injury, or any significant medical history.
On examination her unaided visual acuity was found to be 6/6 monocularly and on slit lamp examination anterior segment was within the normal limit. Then dry auto refraction value was taken which was RE: -6.50 dsp/-0.75 dcyl at 31 and LE: -3.50 dsp/-0.50 dcyl at 4. Near point of convergence was measured by help of RAF ruler and it was 6cm. Also near point of accommodation was measured by help of RAF ruler and it was RE: 20D, LE: 6D and Binocularly 20D. Subjective refraction was done and she didn’t accept any power her BCVA for distance was 6/6 and near was n6 (blur) monocularly and.
Then cycloplegic refraction was advised for her and cyclopentolate drops was used to rule out accommodative spasm and after that wet auto refraction value was taken which was RE: +0.50 dsp/-0.50 dcyl at 14 and LE: +0.75 dsp/-0.75 dcyl at 4 which show that the patients had accommodative spasm.
Keywords: Accommodative Spasm; Hypermetropia; Headache
Citation: Hari R and Shrijana Chaudhary. “Accommodative Spasm on Teenage".Acta Scientific Ophthalmology 5.2 (2022): 41-42.
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