schematic eye

sche·mat·ic eye

the representation of the optic system of an ideal normal eye in which the curvatures and indices of refraction of the refracting elements and their intervening distances are listed.
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Development of a rat schematic eye from in vivo biometry and the correction of lateral magnification in SD-OCT imaging.
A doctor at San Raffaele Hospital, Milan, Italy, explores the imaging capabilities of schematic eye models for evaluating the spread function formed on the retina for variable pupil sizes, taking into account diffraction and ocular aberrations, and proposes a chromatic aspherical Gullstrand exact (CAGE) eye model for charactering image formation in human eyes.
The editors have added pronunciations of difficult terms to these 3,700 or so entries and include 25 appendices covering such topics as an atlas of ocular anatomy drawings, information on the schematic eye and cranial nerves, ophthalmic drugs and optical formulas.
For visual rehabilitation, cataract surgery was planned and intraocular lens design was determined on the basis of values obtained from the schematic eye, which is a mathematical model representing a normal eye for a species.