intermediate vision


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intermediate vision

Visual foci that lie 18–84 in (45.7 cm–2.13 m) from the eye. Objects commonly viewed within this range include computer displays and other objects on tabletops and desks.
See also: vision
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It is simply designed to gently reshape the anterior curvature of the cornea providing for a more natural restoration of near and intermediate vision.
It is the only option where patients experience improvements in both near and intermediate vision as well as maintenance of distance vision.
The PresbyLens inlay is removable, and provides an ideally suited surgical option for near and intermediate vision enhancement.
Shamir said that it provides a unique power profile for clearer vision in the intermediate vision zone and offers four-times greater design stability to frame tilt variations, in any frame.
Slade said, "I'm delighted to be joining the ReVision Optics Board of Directors, as I believe that the PresbyLens microlens presents an innovative, viable solution to the growing number of individuals with presbyopia who are looking to improve near and intermediate vision without reliance on glasses or contact lenses.
The presence of the inlay creates a prolate effect that improves near and intermediate vision, while permitting distance vision through the peripheral cornea.
Each of the doctors had different degrees of presbyopia and all three are reporting dramatic improvements in near and intermediate vision without reduction in their distance vision.
RODENSTOCK UK is organising regional workshops to give independent practices information to help increase their sales of near and intermediate vision spectacles.
The PresbyLens[R] is a corneal microlens and unique patented refractive surgery solution designed to improve the near and intermediate vision that has been lost due to the eye's natural aging process also known as presbyopia.

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