centration


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centration

(sĕn″trā′shŭn)
The ability of the preschool child to focus or center attention on only one aspect or characteristic of a situation at a time.
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However, if the patient is experiencing esotropia or exotropia, the bead should be moved inward (in case of esotropia) or outward (in case of exotropia) to seek a centration point.
he story in the newspaper scribed Anne as "having a d, clear brain, great power of centration and a higher than rage capacity for work".
Optical Centered Technology improves the centration of clarifiers and verifiers for increased accuracy.
One highlight will be the introduction of the enhanced OptiCentric, for centration testing of lenses and optical systems.
Several factors may be responsible for this oversizing, such as the centration of the tube and the change in distance from the patient (photographic magnetization) or because of respiration, the osmotic effect of the contrast agent (chemical magnetization) or various other reasons such as renal axis variations.
Habitual social media use is also being increasingly linked to increas- ingly shortened attention spans and a loss of prolonged focus and con- centration, factors that are critical to learning.
Moreover, capsular fixation provides better centration and stabilization of IOL when compared with sulcus fixation.
The status quo is the over centration of powers in our national government, the status quo that has been cemented by the centuries of time, and now considered by some as inviolable as the ark of the covenant.
Webelieve growth is in this area because the risk of con- centration is not ther e.
It also covers surgery planning and VisuMax software: patient and laser preparation; docking, centration, and cyclotorsion; femtosecond laser cutting; energy and spot spacing settings; surgical instruments; lenticule separation and extraction; non-routine situations during lenticule interface separation; postoperative complications and management; retreatments; therapeutic refractive surgery; adaptations for US SMILE parameters; a recommended standard treatment protocol for SMILE; treatment planning; and assisting nurse responsibilities.