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to·ric

(tō'rik),
Relating to, or having the curvature of, a torus.
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In 2016, toric lenses made up 32% of new lens fits, (1) while other research reveals that up to 47% of the spectacle wearing population has 0.
Accurate elevation dialing requires consistent and rugged click adjustments and while the Toric 3-15X weighs 22.
Moreover, we determine the structure of a projective toric manifold X with the nef second Chern character [ch.
The current software capabilities offer ability to manage a full range of cataract cases, including pseudophakic IOL power confirmation for standard, multifocal, and toric IOLs.
Actually the toric case is just a shadow of a more general situation.
Objectives: To assess the stability of axis and patient satisfaction after toric visian implantable collamer
Created specifically for implantation after cataract removal, the TRULIGN Toric intraocular lens (IOL) was approved by the FDA in May of 2013.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of aspheric Balafilcon A and spherical Senofilcon A toric soft contact lenses, which have two different stabilization systems, on visual quality.
The papers [13, 14] contain classification results for the so called completely integrable Hamiltonian systems of semitoric type, and are in the spirit of the seminal papers of Atiyah [1], Guillemin-Sternberg [10], and Delzant [8] on toric systems.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 19, 2013-Abbott to launch the TECNIS Toric intraocular lens for cataract patients in the US following FDA approval(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
However, you can get soft contact lenses known as toric lenses, which have been designed to get over the problem.
He also shows that the algebras he constructs are examples of non-commutative crepant resolutions, in the sense of Van den Bergh, of Gorenstein affine toric threefolds.