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Yes. Pediatricians who perform pediatric vision screening, using technology such as an autorefractor or a photoscreener like the iScreen Vision Screener 3000 photoscreener, can screen for myopia or nearsightedness and determine if a referral to an eye care professional is necessary.This type of vision screening may be called Myopia Vision Screening, Myopia Vision Testing, Pediatric Myopia Vision Screening, Pediatric Myopia Vision Testing, Nearsightedness Vision Screening, or Nearsightedness Vision Testing.Although vision screening or vision tests such as photo-screening and auto-refraction can screen for myopia, the only accurate way to diagnose nearsightedness and get an appropriate prescription for glasses is with an exam by an eye care professional.