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optic

1. of or relating to the eye or vision
2. a less common word for optical

optic

[′äp·tik]
(biology)
Pertaining to the eye.
(optics)
Pertaining to the lenses, prisms, and mirrors of a camera, microscope, or other conventional optical instrument.
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This patient's extremely rapid recovery suggests that the mechanism of injury involved either vascular or direct compression that led to relative ischemia of the optic nerve immediately adjacent to the sphenoethmoid sinus (the retinotopic arrangement of axons in the optic nerve corresponds to the affected area).
The company announced that it had received the European CE Mark for the Synchrony[R] Dual Optic Accommodating IOL in June of 2006, which allows them to expand into post-marketing research studies within Europe to further build the scientific foundation for Synchrony.
In October 2005 and through 2006, BalsamWest worked with local fiber optic network owners to extend the reach of its Tri-State network and community networks, leveraging local resources for cost efficiency in connecting all 70 schools in the southwestern region of North Carolina together on their own ultra-high capacity network.
Founded in Irvine, California, in 2001, Visiogen's first commercial application, Synchrony[R], a dual optic intraocular lens and pre-loaded injector, is currently in clinical studies in the U.
Helmut Kessler, General Manager of CVI Technical Optics.
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A deformable mirror or perhaps contact lenses designed with an adaptive optics system could also improve a person's vision by compensating for such aberrations, the researchers suggest.
The notion of using a laser beacon together with an adaptive optics system originated in the early 1980s.
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