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Clinical Optics and Refraction A Guide for Optometrists, Contact Lens Opticians and Dispensing Opticians

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ISBN-10: 0750688890

ISBN-13: 9780750688895

Edition: 2007

Authors: Andrew William Keirl, Caroline Christie

List price: $117.00
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'Clinical Optics and Refraction' gives a concise view of the subject which avoids excessive emphasis on theory and instead concentrates on a practical and clinically based approach.
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Book details

List price: $117.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
Publication date: 10/10/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Background Optical Principles
Schematic Eyes, Emmetropia and Ametropia
Emmetropia and Ametropia
The Correction of Spherical Ametropia
The Basic terinal Image
Spectacle Magnification and the Corrected Retinal Image
Astigmatism
Retinoscopy
Visual Acuity and the Measurement of Visual Function
Subjective Refraction: Principles and Techniques for the Correction of Spherical Ametropia
Subjective Refraction: Principles and Techniques for the Correction of Astigmatic Ametropia
Binocular Balancing and Binoculer Refraction
Accommodation and Presbyopia
Determination of the Near Addition
Convergence
Automated Methods of Refraction
The Correction of Refractive Errors Using Contact Lenses
Measurement of the Cornea: The Keratometer and Beyond
Ray-tracing Through RGP Contact Lenses and Contact Lens-Tear Lens Systems
Spectacle Magnification and Relative Spectacle Magnification
Contact Lens Materials: Physical and Optical Properties
The Correction of Astigmatism with Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses
The Correction of Astigmatism with Soft Contact Lenses
Ray-tracing Through Soft Contact Lenses and Soft Contact Lens Hydration Factors
The Correction of Presbyopia with Contact Lenses
Over-refraction Techniques in Contact Lens Practice
Accommodation and Convergence: Spectacles vs Contact Lenses
Accommodation and Convergence: Spectacles versus Contact Lenses
The Axial and Radial Edge Thicknesses of a Contact Lens
Contact Lens Verification
Binoculer Vision: The Basics
Binocular Vision Considerations in Contact Lens Practice