Other than the Snellen chart method, how doctors will check the vision of a person? I am a lazy eye person with low vision. How will the doctor identify my vision percentage?
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There are many methods to check vision, according to the age of the patient. It is different for preverbal or verbal children and for adults.
For lazy eye, usually crowded charts are preferred with more letters in one row like ETDRS chart.
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