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Doctor insights on: Negative Relative Accommodation

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What is 'accessible accommodation' for the disabled?

What is 'accessible accommodation' for the disabled?

Checklist: For those interested, here is a link to the ada checklist for accessibility. http://www.access-board.gov/adaag/checklist/a16.html. ...Read more

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I NEED AN ADA DISABILTY ACCOMMODATION. I AM Q DISABLED.

I NEED AN ADA DISABILTY ACCOMMODATION. I AM Q DISABLED.

Primary care: Hi, you need to visit with your Primary care Physician for evaluation and recommendation. ...Read more

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What are the benefits of choosing specialized memory care accommodation?

What are the benefits of choosing specialized memory care accommodation?

Better match: The overall quality of care ( and caring) is primary but specialty units often have staff with better trading and experience working with these conditions which adds to the quality of care. ...Read more

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What is accommodation convergence paralysis?

What is accommodation convergence paralysis?

Explanation: This describes an inability to cross or converge your eyes on looking at a very close object. This may also be termed convergence insufficiency. Sometimes this is acquired subsequent to a concussion due to brain injury. Suggests persistent brainstem dysfunction. ...Read more

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I had a stomach accommodation study done and it showed my fasting stomach volume is 341ml. Is that a normal fasting volume?

I had a stomach accommodation study done and it showed my fasting stomach volume is 341ml. Is that a normal fasting volume?

No: Fasting volume of the normal stomach ranges from 0 to 98 ml. Any value over 100 ml is high. Please consult with your gastroenterologist for more information. ...Read more

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Can focal length change during eye accommodation?

Can focal length change during eye accommodation?

Focal length: In accommodation, the eye increases in focusing and thus decreases the focal length (a closer focal point). When accommodation is relaxed, the focal length increases again. ...Read more

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Does everyday eye accommodation, focusing or blinking worsen pigmentary dispersion syndrome?

Does everyday eye accommodation, focusing or blinking worsen pigmentary dispersion syndrome?

A little bit: The motion of the iris against the underlying fibers that support the lens (zonules) rubs off the pigment from the back of the iris which is the basis for pigmentary dispersion. A little bit comes off with everyday normal use and it can be accelerated with athletic pursuits. As long as your ophthalmologist feels that the internal eye pressure is not being increased, this is ok. ...Read more

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Can ciliary muscle exercises restore (some) accommodation for a 73 yo male? If so, what are they, or please recommend sources for such exercises. Is there any other treatment in this regard. Thank you.

Can ciliary muscle exercises restore (some) accommodation for a 73 yo male? If so, what are they, or please recommend sources for such exercises. Is there any other treatment in this regard. Thank you.

No: We do not lose accommodation because the ciliary muscle becomes wear but because the lens becomes more rigid. The lens grows new fibers at the edge of the lens (the capsule) and grows towards the center. By age 73 the lens is very stiff and will not change shape to focus. ...Read more

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Immediately on takin first dose 10mg omeprazole got chills, frequent urination,bone,joint pain,eye accommodation problem,difficulty finding way,rash,?

Immediately on takin first dose 10mg omeprazole got chills, frequent urination,bone,joint pain,eye accommodation problem,difficulty finding way,rash,?

May not be the drug: It takes a little bit of time to achieve a blood level of a drug after its ingestion. If your constellation of symptoms occurred within seconds ("immediately") upon swallowing the pill, another contributor may be at play here. ...Read more