Corneal Topography and Monocular Diplopia Following Near Work

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Abstract

Monocular diplopia, reported by a subject following near work, was shown to be caused by changes in the corneal topography. Prior slit lamp biomicroscopy had revealed no corneal abnormality. The degree of corneal distortion and ray tracing calculations confirmed the presence and position of the resultant diplopia.

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