Is there an exam that clearly diagnoses a child myopia level without the need of this child's feedback (as he is not going to give it, given his age (2))?

Like, is there a laser exam or something like that which can give a precise measurement?

I know I can get him to an ophthalmologist, and I will, but I just want to be well informed before hand to avoid not giving him an adequate diagnoses and hinder the treatment we might use.

Thanks in advance for your help!


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Refractive errors can be detected by using an ophthalmoscope. To get an accurate measurement you can do streak retinoscopy.


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