presbyope


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pres·by·ope

 (prĕz′bē-ōp′, prĕs′-)
n.
A person affected with presbyopia.
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presbyope

(ˈprɛzbɪˌəʊp)
n
(Pathology) a person with presbyopia
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Noun1.presbyope - a person with presbyopia; someone who is farsighted resulting from the progressive loss with aging of the elasticity of the crystalline lens
visually impaired person - someone who has inferior vision
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The company offers products such as multifocal lens for presbyope market and myopia progression control lens.
What this means is that the typical 40-something presbyope won't be able to extract the fine-print data from the plate without bumping up the scale with the range rocker.
There's more than enough room for the external lighting switches somewhere on the panel, but Mooney put them on the overhead, where it's just possible for an aging presbyope to read the labels.
A younger presbyope won't have as much trouble with this as an older one will--say, 43 versus 53 years old--because the lens power is less in the earlier stages.
Taming my 7D of myopia coupled with 3D of astigmatism has certainly been liberating, and I am now the proud owner of the perfect refractive error (in my view) for an emerging presbyope of R -1.50, L -1.00.
Finally, it will also involve the direct observation of a full sight test on a presbyope, a contact lens fit and contact lens aftercare.
The medical technology company explained that its new lens is for the "modern presbyope," whose eyesight does not stop them from travelling, reading books and using digital devices, such as a tablet or smartphone.
Director of marketing and professional services at Positive Impact, Nick Atkins, said: "For presbyopes, the main method of correcting distance and near with soft contact lenses uses the simultaneous vision principle.