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What does it mean to have failed a binocular near test?

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Dr. Rajesh Khanna
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Lack of fusion

Depth perception is missing.

In brief: Lack of fusion

Depth perception is missing.
Dr. Rajesh Khanna
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Dr. Jay Pepose
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Described herein

Binocular near tests are tests of reading ability performed with both eyes open, generally at around 16 inches away.
The test can be performed with or without glasses. Generally, patients who can read 20/30 (jaegger 3) at near are able to read newspaper print without difficulty.

In brief: Described herein

Binocular near tests are tests of reading ability performed with both eyes open, generally at around 16 inches away.
The test can be performed with or without glasses. Generally, patients who can read 20/30 (jaegger 3) at near are able to read newspaper print without difficulty.
Dr. Jay Pepose
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