center of vision

center of vision

A point representing the intersection of the central axis of vision and the picture plane in linear perspective drawing. See also: Perspective projection
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29 /PRNewswire/ -- Researchers and physicians at the Kresge Eye Institute of Wayne State University and the Detroit Medical Center have teamed up to establish the Ligon Research Center of Vision.
Scrushy today announced that three eye surgeons working at HEALTHSOUTH Medical Center in Birmingham have developed a breakthrough in surgery for the macular center of vision.
5 million people in the United States over age 50 are thought to have some surface scarring or wrinkling of the macular center of vision, a pinhead sized part of the retina film (figure 1).
To operate on the center of vision, Morris and Witherspoon use only the latest model Carl Zeiss microscopes, imported from Germany, for precise viewing and maximum light transmission.
FIGURE 1 THE HUMAN EYE WITH MACULAR CENTER OF VISION MARKED BY ARROW
A BREAKTHROUGH IN SURGERY ON THE HUMAN CENTER OF VISION
5 MILLION PEOPLE OVER AGE 50 IN THE UNITED STATES ARE THOUGHT TO HAVE SOME SCARRING (EPIMACULAR PROLIFERATION, EMP) OR WRINKLING OF THE MACULAR CENTER OF VISION.
It robs the individual of all but the outermost peripheral sight, often leaving only a blurred circle at the center of vision.
Distorted vision C Straight lines may start to appear distorted, or the center of vision may also appear distorted

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