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Points de Vue, International Review of Ophthalmic Optics, N52, Spring 2005
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Building and preserving visual inheritance in the newborn
The immediate future of surgery for presbyopia
Intraocular Retinal Prothesis : Advances in Artificial Vision
Mark S. Humayun, Rohit R. Lakpanpal, Richard M. Awdeh
The Optic nerve visual prosthesis
Barbara K. Pierscionek
Contrast Sensitivity: measuring the quality of functional vision
Arthur P. Ginsburg
Computer usage has changed - and so have the eye corrective needs
James E. Sheedy
Varilux Ellipse: Pleasant practical in wear - A physiological response to the needds of wearers of small frames
Claire Feuilly, Cyril Guilloux
The rise of plastic in the land of hobbits
Ed et Betty Turner
The vision of Vincent Van Gogh
The human eye is constantly exposed to sunlight and artificial lighting. Therefore the eye is exposed to UVB...
Andy Chapman: My name is Andy Chapman from Chapman Opticians. I have 6 practices which are located...
In the changing landscape of the optical market, raising professional standards becomes a priority. The challenge is...