dioptric


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dioptric

 [di-op´trik]
pertaining to refraction or to transmitted and refracted light; refracting.

dioptric

/di·op·tric/ (di-op´trik) pertaining to refraction or to transmitted and refracted light; refracting.

dioptric

adjective
(1) Refracting, refractive. 
(2) Related to the field of dioptrics.

dioptric

pertaining to refraction or to transmitted and refracted light; refracting.
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1987) that observers with reduced acuity are better able to resist optical blur, our older observers required lenses of somewhat greater dioptric power to degrade acuity to 20/30 and 20/40 levels.
reduced peak velocity) to a change in dioptric lens power or target distance, which can occur alone or in conjunction with either AI or AE [11].
1] = n/f, which is the dioptric power of the eye when an object is viewed at infinity
25mm Dioptric Correction from +5 to -5 from +5 to -5 Exit Pupil Distance 15mm 15mm Focusing Range 4.
From the micrographs, facet diameters, lengths of dioptric structures, retinal widths, and interommatidial angles were measured.
Proximal accommodation is accommodation that is introduced by awareness of the nearness or apparent nearness of the fixation object independent of the actual dioptric stimulus.
Like other Sure Shot cameras, the 130u II model is equipped with a wide range of useful standard features including automatic film loading, auto advance and auto rewind, together with a self-timer function, manual exposure compensation, a dioptric correction adjustment for the zoom viewfinder and optional mid-roll rewind.
The FluidVision IOL (PowerVision Inc, Belmont, CA) consists of fluid-filled haptics connected to a hollow optic; on ciliary contraction fluid is pushed into the optic increasing its curvature and dioptric power.
Provided that each of the three compared instruments measures the curvature of the cornea instead of its dioptric power, the same keratometry index (1.
5x Objective Lens Diameter 22mm Angle of View 4 Field of view 236 feet at 1,000 yards Elevation scale 100-1,300 meters Windage scale 10 Mils in either direction Dioptric Correction None Exit Pupil 6mm Eye Relief 2.
The least-studied accommodative effect in TBI has been dynamic accommodative infacility, which is diagnosed when a patient exhibits a slowed accommodative response to a change in either dioptric lens power or target distance that can occur either alone or in conjunction with either accommodative insufficiency or excess [6].