Bruckner Reflex

From: Assessment of a modification of Brückner’s test as a screening modality for anisometropia and strabismus – Abadan Khan Amitava1, D Kewlani1, Z Khan2, A Razzak2

Figure 1 :

A – Photographic Bruckner reflex in a 10 years female: Note the obvious asymmetry. Refractive data: RE: -1.0DSx-2.5DC @ 180°, LE: -0.75DSx-1DC@ 180°.Spherical equivalent: RE: -2.25 D, LE: -1.25 D

B – Photographic Bruckner reflex in a 14 years female. The asymmetry is noticeable. Refractive data: RE: +3DS x+2.5 DC@ 180, LE: +3 DS x +3.5 DC @ 180. Spherical equivalent: RE: +4.25 D, LE: +4.75 D

C – Bruckner reflex in a 13 year male. The asymmetry is apparent. Refractive data: -11 DS, and LE: -13 DS

Figure 1 :(a) Photographic Bruckner reflex in a 10 years female: Note the obvious asymmetry. Refractive data: RE: -1.0DSx-2.5DC @ 180°, LE: -0.75DSx-1DC@ 180°.Spherical equivalent: RE: -2.25 D, LE: -1.25 D (b) Photographic Bruckner reflex in a 14 years female. The asymmetry is noticeable. Refractive data: RE: +3DS x+2.5 DC@ 180, LE: +3 DS x +3.5 DC @ 180. Spherical equivalent: RE: +4.25 D, LE: +4.75 D (c) Bruckner reflex in a 13 year male. The asymmetry is apparent. Refractive data: -11 DS, and LE: -13 DS

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