interpupillary


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interpupillary

 [in″ter-pu´pĭ-ler″e]
between the pupils.

in·ter·pu·pil·lar·y

(in'tĕr-pyū'pi-lār-ē),
Between the pupils.

interpupillary

(ĭn′tər-pyo͞o′pə-lĕr′ē)
adj.
Occurring between the pupils of the eyes: interpupillary distance.

interpupillary

Between the pupils of the eyes. Situated or occurring between the pupils. The interpupillary distance must be measured when glasses are being prescribed so that the lens centring will be correct.

interpupillary

between the pupils.
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The larger interpupillary distance to a certain extent, the greater is the angle of visual disparity and the greater is the stereoscopic potential [16].
The 6x30mm BX-1 binos are small and light, and they have an interpupillary adjustment range that fits both my daughter and me perfectly.
Main outcomes of the eye examination included spherical lens, cylindrical power, axis, interpupillary distance (IPD), and vision.
Interpupillary and internipple distances and ear lengths in Nigerian newborns.
Most modern microscope and eyepieces also adjust to users' prescriptions and A interpupillary distances.
Binoculars adjust to fit the interpupillary distance, and feature 8x magnification with fully multicoated lenses.
1) When telescopic lenses are manufactured, they are polished to a specific optical center, matching the clinician's unique interpupillary distance, The interpupillary distance is, as the term implies, the distance between the pupils.
An interpupillary distance lock allows you to set and lock the eyepieces to match the distance between your eyes--great for one-handed use.
The two eyepiece (ocular) lenses are pushed as widely apart as possible (because I want to see if the student can adjust the oculars for his/her interpupillary distance and then look with both eyes).