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Vision 20

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-18)

Here are a few reasons: After Vision 20 Review a short introductory voice automated summary of the courseware, the user is allowed to choose one of the following four content fields: Introduction, Techniques, Instrumentation and Optics. Every content field includes its own sub-menu and the submenu includes brief sound bites of information with different degrees of user interactivity. Binocular indirect ophthalmoscope CD-ROM has an amazing voice automated feature throughout. The voice-over says or dictates the printed content on the screen that is a useful feature for those without access to the speakers. The introductory content field includes two sections: Indications for Use and Brief History. A brief history of the ophthalmoscopy is summarized from the 1850 to 1990 in the form of an animated time line. The second section explains about the benefits of the Binocular indirect ophthalmoscope over the direct ophthalmoscope like improved image quality with high refractive errors, media opacities and stereoscopic viewing. The second content field about Optics starts with a section on condensing lens choice. The interactive screen allows the user to visualize the variations in the magnification and field of view by selecting several condensing lens powers for the same retinal picture. The Condensing Lens View section provides another special interactive practice screen. The user is permitted to move a virtual condensing lens across the retinal picture while viewing the inverted and magnified condensing lens picture. It is known that soft lenses are made from the flexible plastics which are great for an active lifestyle. However, contact lenses require constant cleaning or replacement. At this time, this article is going to give you several tips that will guide you in removing a soft contact lens and having them cleaned. The first thing that you should do is to follow the directions which come with the lenses. It is important for you to request literature from the eye-care practitioner about caring your contact lenses.