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Simulating decreased visual acuity with a contact lens system


, : Simulating decreased visual acuity with a contact lens system. American Journal of Ophthalmology 92(6): 863-864

A soft contact lens with a central depression was used into which a hard contact lens can be fitted to simulate conditions that cause decreased [human] visual acuity. This piggyback system can simulate central scotoma, various peripheral field defects, and opacities of the media.

Accession: 006418249

PMID: 7315939

DOI: 10.1016/s0002-9394(14)75645-4

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