Vision in the untreated eye was unaffected, and all patients retained normal distance vision with that eye; essentially this gives the patient the dequivalent of 'monovision' that is usually done with contact lenses or surgery.
What does D stand for?
D stands for Distance Vision
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- Diners Club (credit card)
- Diopter (unit of optical power)
- Director (Drone Control; US military aircraft designation; as in D-21)
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But the worst of all are those who have long distance vision specs and just cannot be bothered to wear them behind the wheel.
Intraocular lenses allow ophthalmologists to use one lens to fix both the cataract and astigmatism, improving distance vision and reducing dependence on glasses.
The most common method of contact lens correction for presbyopia is called "monovision," in which one lens is fitted for close-up vision and the other for distance vision.