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FAA 8500-7 PDF
Distant Vision When corrective lenses are required to meet the standards, an appropriate limitation will be placed on the medical certificate. The Examiner can help to expedite the review procedure by forwarding a copy of FAA Form , Report of Eye Evaluation, that has been completed by an eye specialist optometrist or ophthmologist Applicants who do not meet the visual standards should be referred to a specialist for evaluation. In amblyopia ex anopsia, the visual acuity of one eye is decreased without presence of organic eye disease, usually because of strabismus or anisometropia in childhood. In amblyopia ex anopsia, the visual acuity loss is simply recorded in Item 50 of FAA Form , and visual standards are applied as usual.
New Guidance for FAA Form 8500-7 (posted April 26, 2006)
Goltihn Last week, at my first post-op check, I took the FAA Lasik brochure and forms me so I could talk about it with the surgeon. To fix the situation, the cloudy lens is removed surgically and a new lens is inserted into the eye. Sending in that FAA after Lasik self. The form they have your eye dr fill out is comical.
Lasik and FAA form 8500-7
Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners