presbyope


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presbyope

 [pres´be-ōp]
one who is affected with presbyopia.

presbyope

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

presbyope

(prĕs′bē-ōp) [″ + ops, eye]
A person who is presbyopic.

presbyope 

A person who has presbyopia.
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And in addition, we have a large group of presbyopes with increasingly active lifestyles and prolonged life expectancy who count on us to provide a good alternative to spectacle lens wear.
One advantage of the ageing presbyope is that the pupil becomes smaller with age, (4) and individuals with small pupils tend to be more successful with multifocal optics than those with larger pupils.
76%) subjects myopic M Ghatak, H Sowbhagya, (2013) (12) found equal number of hyperopic presbyopes and myopic presbyopes.
Stereopsis in presbyopes fitted with single vision contact lenses.
We are striving to make the KAMRA inlay available to presbyopes around the world, with our CE Mark, certificate of free sale and now approval from Health Canada brings, we are one step closer to achieving that goal.
Since its introduction in August 2009 into a $10 billion addressable market composed of 65 million presbyopes in the U.
Pixel provides presbyopes (loss of near vision after the age of 45) superior vision correction with proprietary eyeglass technology that changes focus automatically to correct the wearer's visual needs for near, intermediate or distance vision.
Further, it is versatile for the eye care professionals because it delivers this visual task performance to a full range of presbyopes, across most frame styles and in a full range of materials including high index 1.
For patients who are not yet presbyopic or only very early presbyopes (normally under the age of 50) and who do not fulfil the criteria for safe laser eye surgery, toric phakic IOLs represent another alternative.
Accommodating IOLs hold great promise as a new vision correction option for millions of presbyopes who now rely on eyeglasses," said James V.
For example, a study was published in 2010 of presbyopes who were offered both multifocal spectacles and multifocal contact lenses, and preference was then measured.
It is versatile for the eye care professional because it delivers this visual task performance to the full range of presbyopes, across most frame styles, and in a wide range of materials, including 1.