near vision


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Noun1.near vision - vision for objects 2 feet or closer to the viewer
visual modality, visual sense, vision, sight - the ability to see; the visual faculty
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From the near vision of that certainty he fell back on suspense and vacillation with a sense of repose.
ISLAMABAD -- According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup and Gilani Pakistan, 16% more weak-sighted Pakistanis use eyeglasses use for near vision than for distance vision.
A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces who wear vision correction glasses was asked, 'Do you wear eyeglasses for distance vision or near vision?' In response, 42% said they wear them for distance vision, and 58% said they wear them for near vision (reading, etc.).
Another option is having one lens to correct distance vision and one to correct near vision. If you're considering this, have one eye operated on first and use a contact lens in the other eye in the interim, to ensure you are comfortable with a different focusing ability in each eye.
Rather than discussing reading, talk about how important near vision is for every-day life.
For example, "near activities," referring to "difficulty with near vision activities," encompasses activities such as "doing work or hobbies that require [the respondent] to see well up close, such as cooking, sewing, fixing..." and "finding something on a crowded shelf."
In a varifocal lens, distance vision is controlled by the upper part of the lens, intermediate vision by the middle area and near vision through the lower part of the lens.
Summary: Raindrop Near Vision Inlay is surgically implanted in the eyes to improve eyesight
Previously, I only used glasses for reading and near vision. I didn't use them for computer work.
The researchers found that about 92.4 percent of the estimated 43.9 million Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 years or older in 2015 reported using eyeglasses for correction of distance or near vision. Between those who reported using eyeglasses, differences in sociodemographics were reported.