Removal from the center.

decentration (dec)

A displacement, horizontal and/or vertical, of the centration point of a spectacle lens from the standard optical centre position (British Standard). See standard optical position centre; centration point.
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Too small or too large capsulorrhexis can cause various problems, including intraocular lens (IOL) decentration, hyperopic shift, posterior capsule opacification, etc.
Coma aberration results from the decentration of the optic system, clinically known as the kappa angle, and this natural condition manifests itself as a decentralized spherical aberration.
Heimberg (2003) ajoute que les modes de pensee historique, en particulier celui de distinguer memoire et histoire, permettent de realiser que notre construction identitaire depend autant de la memoire collective que de l'histoire et que c'est bien une distanciation critique et une decentration qui nous permettent d'elargir notre conscience historique.
The main goal of this study was to examine whether people with substance abuse disorders (SUDs), and treated in therapeutic community regime, displayed specific patterns of metacognitive deficits on Self-reflectivity, Understanding others' mind, Decentration, and Mastery, comparing their scores with two clinical groups of patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSDs) and anxiety disorders.
corneal oedema, pupillary capture, decentration, iris chaffing, posterior synechiae and posterior capsular opacification (PCO).
Paradoxalement, cette decentration que les psychiatres cautionnent est a l'origine d'un sentiment de perte de pouvoir du metier.
Finally, there is the dialogic structure of subjectivity: decentration, the processual nature of the subject, and the intersubjective ground of subjectivation.
IOL decentration and tilt are also less as compared to manual capsulorrhexis.
The activation of the Oedipus complex on the imperial power stage has to do with the structure of this power, the tension around the ideal center (the City, Rome) as the actual decentration loses boundaries through expansions.
Cause of low vision of < 6/24 were PC opacification in three (6%), IOL decentration in two (4%), amblyopia in two (4%), and secondary glaucoma in one (2%) patient.