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TITLE How to Provide High-Resolution Vision
ABSTRACT: Advances in optical technology have caused fundamental changes in the way we perceive vision. Some 80% of a patient’s refractive error can be corrected by manipulating sphere and astigmatism. For years, however, O.D.s have ignored other forms of light aberration, the so-called “higher-order” aberrations. Optical technology—namely the Wavefront Guided iZon High Resolution Lens from Ophthonix, Inc.—is now available to describe and correct higher-order aberrations. This article aims to provide an easy-to-understand primer on how these lenses work and what they can do for patients. It also provides an understanding of the aberrations themselves.  Author(s): Peter G. Shaw-McMinn, OD
Company: Review of Optometry
Expire Date: 12/31/2007
CE Credits: 2
Price: FREE
CE Format: Online text/photos
COPE ID: 17891-GO




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