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And all those eye movements do not cause any discomfort when passing from one optical zone into another.
They address in detail the optics, etiology and clinical presentation of the irregular cornea, including discussion of complications such as decentered treatment, small optical zone, central island, oblate cornea, and destabilized cornea.
The ReZoom(TM) IOL Balanced View Optics(TM) distribute light over five optical zones for enhanced restoration of visual function, providing distance, intermediate and near vision for reduced spectacle dependence.
Intacs are a safe and convenient alternative to eyeglasses, contact lenses and vision correction surgeries that permanently alter the eye's central optical zone.
Results of the 14-patient study showed that Catalys produced these incisions with exceptional accuracy in size, placement and geometry, with optical zone precision within 0.
Anti-Halo LASIK makes use of wider laser optical zones that better cover the pupils at night.
These products offer alternatives to eyeglasses, contact lenses and vision correction surgeries that permanently alter the eye's central optical zone.
Instead of cutting or removing tissue from the central cornea like other surgical treatments, the KeraVision system reshapes the cornea by adding material outside the optical zone -- and thereby leaving this critical area for clear vision undisturbed.