simple eye

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Noun1.simple eye - an eye having a single lens
eye, oculus, optic - the organ of sight
ommatidium - any of the numerous small cone-shaped eyes that make up the compound eyes of some arthropods
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With soft air puffs, the TX-20 tonometer easily measures Intraocular Pressure (IOP), enhancing patient comfort and allowing doctors to perform simple eye exams efficiently.
But if glaucoma is detected early on it can be treated with simple eye drops to help control the pressure that can cause the damage.
In a written statement deputy salar of the ANP Ajmal Wardag and others complained that the eye unit of the hospital was being run by a technician and the patients had to visit Timergara, Batkhela or Swat for simple eye diseases.
After all, though simple eye tests are a standard procedure at the Driving Test Centre, there's still no compulsory re-test of a driver's sight until the age of 70.
NEW RESEARCH suggests that Alzheimer's disease could be detected through simple eye tests, revealing traces of the disease up to 20 years before symptoms develop.
NEW YORK, March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New research from the NYU Langone Concussion Center finds that a simple eye test, which can be administered in less than two minutes, can effectively diagnose a concussion and help determine whether a student athlete as young as 5 years old should return to a game.
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE ALTHOUGH not available yet, it's hoped that a simple eye test could soon be used to identify the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.
Currently, researchers are investigating whether a simple eye test could also be used to identify the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.
In addition, we may be able to track the effectiveness of a treatment through a simple eye examination.
professor of biomedical engineering and neuroscience at The Johns Hopkins University, and his team used very simple eye movements, known as saccades, to stand in for other bodily movements.

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