aspheric lens designed to give a sharp, distortion free image.
aspheric element, which gives sharp, high contrast footage across the image.
aspheric designs, principles of fitting, fluorescein patterns, photorefractive surgery, diabetes and red eye.
aspheric departure i.e. with no null lens.
aspheric surfaces are presented, with an interpretation in terms of spatial frequencies.
SofLens Multi-Focal lenses use an aspheric design.
The aspheric contact lenses are the more popular of the two models, mostly because they can literally multitask.
Aspheric lenses are also useful for high prescriptions.
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