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eye lens

the upper of the two planoconvex lenses of Huygens ocular.
Synonym(s): ocular lens
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The aim of this contribution is to present a technique to visualize the eye lens structure and to evaluate its application as a tool for age determination in E.
The M43A1 Type I and M48 masks had a notched right eye lens for use with the AH-64 Apache signature Integrated Helmet and Display Sighting System (IHADSS).
This can cause cataracts (KAT-uh-raks), cloudy spots on the eye lens.
Significant relationships between the otolith data and the eye lens data were detected only for juvenile fish.
Five years later, 57 of them had developed a cataract in the center of at least one eye lens.
Eyes left unprotected from UV light have an increased chance of developing cataracts (CAT-ah-racts), or cloudy spots on the eye lens, which can cause blindness later in life.
As light passes from the front of the human eye lens to the back, light rays are refracted by varying degrees.
Contract notice: Eye lens fragmenters ultrasound, fakomaskiner.
Greg Dash, from South Wales, invented the inchhigh gadget because he could not find a cheap fish eye lens.
Washington, Sept 1 (ANI): A natural yellowing of the eye lens that absorbs blue light, discolours with age, which significantly increases the risk of developing sleep disorders, according to a new study.
Recent reports that dietary lutein reduces the risk of cataract in the eye lens suggested that the antioxidant action of carotenoids, which has been inferred from decreased oxidative damage, warranted further direct investigation.
Problems encountered included mask fit, eye lens fogging, mask complexity, vision clarity, communications, and oxygen supply.