near vision

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vision for objects 2 feet or closer to the viewer

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A bivariate Spearman's Rho correlation coefficient test revealed no statistically significant correlation between the participants with visual impairments' near vision ability and performance on the DASH (p = -.
Freeform 'tailor-made' or 'personalised' progressives are the most suitable lens design for monocular patients to aid their distance and near vision requirements.
Dunham offers cutting-edge technology to his patients with premium lenses that correct for distance and near vision, reducing their dependence on glasses.
Adaptation of the eye for near vision work is accomplished by accommodation; the increase curvature of the lens through movement of the ciliary muscles.
Some studies point out that the overuse of near vision leads to refractive errors compared to children who played outdoors," she said.
The authors have shown the feasibility of correcting one eye for near vision through OK, in which overnight contact lens wear shapes the cornea of one eye to allow in-focus near vision for reading," comments Anthony Adams, OD, PhD, Editor-in-Chief of Optometry and Vision Science.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to continue and complete enrollment in its Phase III clinical trial with its Raindrop[TM] Near Vision Inlay (formerly the PresbyLens[R]).
There are approximately 800 million people worldwide who are blind, severely visually impaired or have near vision sight loss, according to estimates by the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness," said Dr Tarek Mahmoud.
I recommended this treatment because this particular implant is useful when creating good near vision without reading glasses.
This new generation of lenses offers better clarity for many high-tech gadgetry demands, with tweaks to near vision, which increasingly is used for viewing data on cell phones and PDAs, and intermediate vision, used for computer screens or GPS devices, explains James McCulley, chairman of ophthalmology.
After surgery, which takes between 15 and 30 minutes, people who have struggled with far or near vision, no longer require glasses.
Since the rays aren't yet in focus when they hit the retina, near vision is blurry.
It gives excellent distance vision and good intermediate and near vision.
Its best results were found with patients who were low hyperopic and emmetropic presbyopes with little or no astigmatism, a circumstance which basically describes a large number of "baby boomers" who wished to return to the clearer near vision of their youth.
Multi-focal lens implants are used after surgery to reduce dependence on glasses or contact lens for both distant and near vision.