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eye lens

[′ī ‚lenz]
(optics)
The lens in a two-lens eyepiece which is nearer to the eye.
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Kalmar County Council intends to procure Eye Lens Fragments Rare ultrasound Fakomaskiner.
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Immortalised by the likes of screen icon Audrey Hepburn, a cat's eye lens is an instant short-cut to the full on retro glamour look that's heating up nicely as a major trend this season.
Chronic irritation and sun can cause cataracts, clouding of the eye lens, and pterygium, a growth that obstructs the cornea.
Make sure the JSLIST hood seats around the top of the mask second skin just above the eye lens and on the mask's bottom over the ridge of the second skin.
They are widely distributed in tissues and are the principal carotenoids in the eye lens and macular region of the retina.
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Topics include variation of inhibited oxidation parameters in the range of phase transition; kinetics of sulfur vulcanization of 1,4-cis- polyisoprene by differential scanning calorimetry; influence of electric and mechanical forces on the oxidation kinetics and electrocoductive polyisoprene composition properties; physicochemical properties of a regulatory peptide from the bovine eye lens and effects on cataract development; and regulatory proteins from the mammalian liver that display biological activity at ultra low doses.
This specialist often treats older people suffering from --, a clouding of the eye lens.
A look at the eye health of 417 women aged 53 to 73 and with no history of cataracts seems to link high dietary carbohydrate intake to development of eye lens opacity, or cataract.
In the latest study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, the researchers treated human eye lens cells with different concentrations of lutein, zeaxanthin or vitamin E.
Those lenses include a magnification or reduction to make your eyes focus correctly on distant objects, a correction to compensate for the eye lens being less-than perfectly shaped, and maybe another correction to reorient your eyes if they don't quite point the same direction.