spherocylindrical lens

spherocylindrical lens

[¦sfir·ō·si¦lin·dri·kəl ′lenz]
(optics)
A lens having one surface that is a portion of a sphere, while the other is a portion of a cylinder.
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Objective wavefront refraction is based on fitting a reference wavefront produced by an optimum, spherocylindrical lens to a two-dimensional ocular wavefront aberration function measured for a subject's eye.
Therefore, the wearer's acceptance of a spherocylindrical lens with a rotation in cylinder meridian can be considered in terms of its capacity to blur vision.
Principal meridians at right angles produce regular astigmatism that is correctable with a spherocylindrical lens [9, 10].