Anisometropia is an imbalance in the prescription needed between your two eyes. There are several causes of anisometropia, but the most common for a retinal surgeon is a result of a scleral buckle used to repair a retinal detachment.
When looking at an object, in most people, we see one single object. In actuality the left eye and right eye each see something slightly different. Our brain assimilates each image. If (Read more...)