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I have dry retinoscopy result and mohindra retinoscopy, any suggestions?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
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In brief: Not that useful

A dry retinoscopy is a measurement of refractive error done without drops and provides a reasonable starting point for a subjective refraction, the test that determines your best glasses prescription.
A mohindra retinoscopy is a test done on children which is similar to a dry retinoscopy. In dry retinoscopy, the patient looks at a distance target and in mohindra, a close target is used.

In brief: Not that useful

A dry retinoscopy is a measurement of refractive error done without drops and provides a reasonable starting point for a subjective refraction, the test that determines your best glasses prescription.
A mohindra retinoscopy is a test done on children which is similar to a dry retinoscopy. In dry retinoscopy, the patient looks at a distance target and in mohindra, a close target is used.
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