corrective lenses


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corrective lenses

n. lentes correctivas.
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Unlike Lasik laser eye surgery, which reshapes part of the eye, the new technique relies on thinner than-paper corrective lenses.
Using plain language, ophthalmologist Kitchen provides information on eye anatomy, vision testing, and corrective lenses and discusses common problems such as itchy eyes, cataracts, and macular degeneration.
Participants "failed" the exam if they had vision of 20/50 or worse in both eyes, whether or not they took the exam using corrective lenses.
Hindsight never needs corrective lenses, but the Angels can't really be blamed for letting Jeff DaVanon go last winter.
Specialty initiatives within this program focus on diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, low vision (when everyday tasks become difficult to do even with corrective lenses, medicine, or surgery), and educating Spanish-speaking Americans about eye and vision problems.
In many cases a radical difference is made by wearing spectacles with coloured corrective lenses.
The UC Berkeley computer and vision scientists are developing computer algorithms to create the technology that could potentially help hundreds of millions of people who currently need corrective lenses to use their smartphones, tablets and computers.
The dot is in focus with my contacts in, and lining up a shot in low light or darkness is much faster, especially without my corrective lenses.
As we age, our eyesight becomes less dependable, making us more reliant on corrective lenses for normal vision.
For users who require corrective lenses, PeriOptix loupes can be fitted with prescription lenses.
All drivers must still be able to read a number plate from 20 metres and can use corrective lenses if required.
Similarly, if you need corrective lenses to see the TV, then watching it for extensive periods without wearing your glasses can lead to eye strain.

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