The Repeatability of Values Measured Using the Spot Vision Screener in Healthy Children and Children with Refractive Errors.

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Summary of "The Repeatability of Values Measured Using the Spot Vision Screener in Healthy Children and Children with Refractive Errors."

To determine the repeatability of refractive values measured using the Spot vision screener in healthy children and children with refractive errors. This cross-sectional study included 170 eyes of 85 healthy children (normal group), and 50 eyes of 25 children wearing spectacles for refractive errors (spectacles group). The spherical equivalent value, cylindrical value, and inter-ocular differences in the spherical equivalent values were analyzed. The repeatability of the refractive values measured using the Spot vision screener was determined using intra-class correlation coefficients (ICCs) and 95% limits of agreement. In the normal group, ICC values for the spherical equivalent value, cylindrical value, and amount of anisometropia were 0.77, 0.80, and 0.64, respectively. In the spectacles group with spectacles they were 0.89, 0.67, and 0.78, respectively. In the spectacles group without spectacles they were 0.96, 0.78, and 0.97, respectively. The 95% limits of agreement between consecutive measurements for the spherical equivalent value, cylindrical value, and amount of anisometropia were within ±1.00 D in the normal group and the spectacles group with spectacles, and over ±1.00 D in the spectacles group without spectacles. The Spot vision screener can ensure better than moderate repeatability with and without spectacles.


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Name: Journal of binocular vision and ocular motility
ISSN: 2576-1218
Pages: 1-5


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