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Question: What are the “three vital signs” of ophthalmology?

Answer: The three “vital signs” are vision, pupil, and eye pressure. These three measurements are of prime importance and are also the first three things you check at the beginning of the exam. All three of these measurements change once you dilate the eyes.



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Comment by RAMBO — May 8, 2010



more than wonderful,,,,may alah bless u



Comment by lolla — August 13, 2010



really great collection!!!!thank you!!!!!!!!



Comment by Lakshmi — January 14, 2011



really great one………..



Comment by drbillal — June 9, 2011



This website is great, very helpful. More than my language capacity to describe. Thank you so much.



Comment by Tracy Dou — May 3, 2012



Sir, A middle aged average Indian’s pupil is rather small, even the autorefractometer show error in reading, but this not the case in females and children. Please explain.



Comment by Anant — August 8, 2012



Some Ophthalmologist include check the EOM and Confrontation fields as part of the “vital signs” also



Comment by gregg — November 10, 2013




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