Yes. Anisometropia will normally create asymmetrical “red reflex” images in one eye when compared to the other. A red reflex is when light is transmitted through the transparent portions of the eye and reflects off the retina, creating a reddish orange reflection in the eyes. Because iScreen Vision’s technology, called photoscreening, creates a digital red reflex image of the eye, anisometropia would normally be detected. When photoscreening is used to detect anisometropia, you may hear it referred to as:Anisometropia Vision Screening, Anisometropia Vision Testing, Pediatric Anisometropia Vision Screening, or Pediatric Anisometropia Vision Testing.
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