|visual acuity 1||1.27||0.6||8134||83|
|visual acuity 1/200||0.49||0.8||2203||28|
|visual acuity 10/10||1.21||1||3912||7|
|visual acuity 10/16||1.67||0.3||2388||61|
|visual acuity 10/12||0.98||0.4||9987||2|
|visual acuity 10/20||1.83||0.7||2250||89|
|low visual acuity icd 10||0.35||0.7||5541||86|
|jaeger 1 visual acuity||1.89||0.5||1028||52|
|visual acuity icd 10 code||1.56||0.6||8218||99|
|reduced visual acuity icd 10||0.58||0.9||4505||28|
|reduced visual acuity icd 10 code||1.17||0.4||401||6|
|poor visual acuity icd 10||0.63||0.5||2039||62|
|distant visual acuity icd 10||0.94||0.4||7819||80|
|diminished visual acuity icd 10||1.69||0.9||1837||52|
Change in visual acuity is calculated directly by subtracting LogMAR data, while the average visual acuity is obtained with the arithmetic mean value of the LogMAR data. The mean acuity expressed in LogMAR units can be transformed into a decimal chart for a more comprehensive result. To calculate the average visual acuity directly from the decimal data, the geometric mean value must be used instead of the arithmetic mean value.How do you test visual acuity?
Distance visual acuity is a measurement of your degree of vision loss. It is measured by testing the smallest object that you can recognize, usually on a chart located 20 feet away. This measurement is recorded as a fraction, with 20/20 being considered normal vision.What does vision acuity mean?
The visual acuity test is used to determine the smallest letters you can read on a standardized chart (Snellen chart) or a card held 20 feet (6 meters) away.