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presbyope

 [pres´be-ōp]
one who is affected with presbyopia.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

presbyope

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

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

A person who has presbyopia.
Millodot: Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. © 2009 Butterworth-Heinemann
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Presbyopes usually complain of headaches, eye strain, and hold objects progressively further away from their eyes in order to see clearly.
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Monocular addition contact lenses have been used successfully for presbyopes. (Presbyopia is a condition of the eyes for which there is a reduction in accommodative ability that occurs with age; convex lenses or "adds" are used to allow near viewing).
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If s easy to understand why a MFCL may provide an add for a non-presbyopic wearer, as the first MFCL investigated for myopia control was a distance centred multifocal first developed for presbyopes. (20) OK, in similarity, can be thought of as a distance centred multifocal, as the significant increase in positive spherical aberration generated through the corneal topographical change creates on-axis depth of focus.
I still hear some practitioners question the choice to fit multifocals as a first fit for presbyopes. However, at BBR Optometry, 50% of the soft contact lenses that we dispense are one form of multifocal or another.
Contact lenses provide another option either in the form of monovision or multifocal correction but presbyopes tend to have a worse and declining ocular surface compared to their younger counterparts which may make contact lens tolerance more challenging.