Eyecos, compruebe su vistaIn this section you can test your own visual health. If any of the test results are not correct, please do not hesitate to call us for a consultation.

TEST 1: TESTING YOUR ABILITY TO SEE OBJECTS AT A DISTANCE

Situate yourself approximately ten feet from the computer screen. Check your vision using one eye at a time. Your vision is normal if you are able to read all of the lines well. If you are unable to read the third line with either eye, consult a specialist.
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TEST 2: ASTIGMATISM TEST

Situate yourself between four and ten feet from the computer screen. Cover one eye. Can you see all of the black lines equally or are some blacker than others? If you see all of the drawn lines with the same intensity, you do not have astigmatism. If some of the lines appear darker, it is recommended that you consult a vision specialist.
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TEST 3: PRESBYOPIA TEST

Look at and compare the two optical charts. Are they equally clear? If not, it is necessary to have an ophthalmologic exam.
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TEST 4: DUOCHROME TEST

Look at and compare the two optical charts. Are they equally clear? If not, it is necessary to have an ophthalmologic exam.
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TEST 5: COLOR TEST

Observe the images closely… What is hidden between the points of color? If you are unable to distinguish anything, visit a specialist for a consultation.
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TEST 6: AMSLER GRID

Look at the grid with a soft backlight one eye at a time from a distance of approximately 11 to 13 inches using the optical correction for this distance. Can you see the point in the center? Looking at the white center point, can you see the four sides? Can you see the entire grid? Are the horizontal and vertical lines straight and parallel? If you answer any of the questions in the negative it is urgent that you have an ophthalmologic exam.
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