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......for distance vision .....for intermediate vision? Never, rarely, occasionally, ......for near vision?
The three lenses performed similarly for all vergences with the exception of intermediate vision at -1.00 D/1 m (p = 0.030) and near vision at -2.5 D/0.4 m (p = 0.007) and -3.0 D/0.33 m (p = 0.014).
I had to wing my way through a few meetings as I had forgotten my glasses and couldn't read a thing!"Last summer, Trevor's wife Carol spotted the London Eye Hospital offered the trifocal lens as a step forward for multifocal lenses, which have been in use for more than a decade but can result in poor intermediate vision and glare at nights.
"Traditional multifocal lenses have been around for more than a decade but they developed a bad reputation because, while they offer patients good near and far vision, they don't provide enough intermediate vision for computer use, for example," the Daily Mail quoted Qureshi as saying.
He added that the symposium aims at enabling the jurisprudence mind to meet the changes of the age in a bid to help the jurisprudence mind deal with reality, thus stressing its ability to renovate and intermediate vision of the Islamic society which maintains its independence and the presence of the Islamic jurisprudence in the international arena to help it restore its effective and pioneering role in the field of legislation.
He added that the Symposium aims at enabling the jurisprudence mind to meet the changes of the age in a bid to help the Jurisprudence mind deal with reality thus stressing its ability to renovate and intermediate vision of the Islamic Society which maintains its independence and enables it to keep pace with its reality.
This new generation of lenses offers better clarity for many high-tech gadgetry demands, with tweaks to near vision, which increasingly is used for viewing data on cell phones and PDAs, and intermediate vision, used for computer screens or GPS devices, explains James McCulley, chairman of ophthalmology.
Appropriate recommendations for intervention are based on an analysis of the appearance of the eyes, ocular abilities, visual fields, color vision, visual perceptual tasks, near vision, intermediate vision, distance vision, and orientation and mobility (O&M).

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