It appears you have strabismus
or misalignment of your eyes. You may also have double vision
as well. That is the reason for your visit to the neuro-ophthalmologist
. For evaluation and treatment of the eye misalignment.
Now for the terms you mentioned:Pachy
measures the thickness of your cornea. This is important for measuring eye pressure. If you have glaucoma
, the +2 and +1 means to add 2 points to your measured eye pressure to correct for your thinner than normal cornea.SPK
stands for superficial punctate keratopathy. Suggesting you have dry eyes
stands for cataract in the right eye. +3 means it is moderate to advance and you may need surgery in the near future. PCIOL stands for the implanted lens
in the left eye after the cataract surgery you've already had."+dec foveal reflex"
means the appearance of the macula
is not as flat as normal. Can be normal in older people. Unlikely to mean anything unless your vision is poor without any good explanation.
Maddox rod: 12BO vert 3BD
--> measures how much your eyes are misaligned. The neuro-ophthalmologist will confirm these numers.
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