Krimsky Test and Modified Krimsky Test Video

By posted on March 4, 2015 5:19PM
Krimsky Test and Modified Krimsky Test Video

Krimsky Test and Modified Krimsky Test Video

The Krimsky test is essentially the Hirschberg test, but with prisms employed to quantitate deviation. The Krimsky test is advisably used for patients with tropias, but not with phorias.

Krimsky Test and Modified Krimsky Test Video
Krimsky Test and Modified Krimsky Test Video

This video demonstrates the use of the Krimsky Test to measure strabismus when one eye does not see well and cover testing is not possible.

 

 

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 Krismsky Test and Modified Krimsky Test Video

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