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Of, relating to, or shaped like a torus or part of a torus.


of, relating to, or having the form of a torus


(ˈtɔr ɪk, ˈtɒr-)

1. of or designating a lens with a surface forming a portion of a torus, used for eyeglasses and contact lenses that correct astigmatism.
2. a toric contact lens.
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the worldwide leader in hybrid contact lens technology, has gleaned insight into the true toric-patient experience through two recent studies: a national study of 400 toric wearers, and a clinical study of the four leading toric brands.
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The Reference Image option eliminates the need for manual pre-operative and intraoperative marking of the astigmatism axis on the patient's eye before implantation of a toric IOL, as well as the necessity of manual data transfer.
We will show that in some cases this fiber is a toric variety.
Created specifically for implantation after cataract removal, the TRULIGN Toric intraocular lens (IOL) was approved by the FDA in May of 2013.
It covers standard material of toric varieties, including affine, projective, and abstract varieties; complete toric varieties and proper toric morphisms; the cohomology of sheaves on toric varieties; classical and intersection theories, and the topology.
The six here cover closed-form expressions for Hodge numbers of complete intersection Calabi-Yau threefolds in toric varieties, anchored Lagrangian submanifolds and their Floer theory, motivic Donaldson-Thomas invariants, the structure of supersymmetric T3 fibrations, log Hodge groups on toric Calabi-Yau degeneration, and tropical theta characteristics.
By means of examples the article shows results of experimental investigations of precision-machined toric surfaces, which were realised in co-operation with Jenoptik Polymer Systems GmbH.
1 manufacturer of toric lenses for astigmatism, will expand its plant in Juana Diaz with an investment of US$100 million, reports Caribbean Business (May 10, 2007).
The project team includes: BBG, design architects; DeWitt Tishman Architects, architect of record; Associated Engineering Consultants, structural engineers; Johnson Associates, MEP engineers; and Higgins & Quasbarth, his toric preservationists; and Mellilo & Bauer, landscape architect.
The lenses will run you about $21 for a box of six disposables to as much as $360 annually for toric lenses (used by people with high-level astigmatism).