eyepoint


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eyepoint

[′ī‚pȯint]
(optics)
That point on the axis of a lens at which the brightest and sharpest visual image is obtained.
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'The physician feedback to date from our two commercial product launches, YUTIQ and DEXYCU, has been very positive, and we have seen a solid uptake in treatment volume along with tremendous progress in market access,' said Nancy Lurker, President and Chief Executive Officer of EyePoint Pharmaceuticals.
EyePoint Pharmaceuticals (formerly pSivida Corp.) is committed to developing and commercialising innovative ophthalmic products.
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