G. Diendorfer

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PURPOSE To evaluate reading performance of patients with monofocal intraocular lenses (IOLs) (Acrysof SN60WF) with or without reading glasses under bright and dim light conditions. SETTING Austrian Academy of Ophthalmology, Vienna, Austria. DESIGN Evaluation of a diagnostic test or technology. METHODS In pseudophakic patients, the spherical refractive(More)
To investigate the reliability, validity, and statistical comparability of long paragraphs that were developed to be equivalent in construction and difficulty. Seven long paragraphs were developed that were equal in syntax, morphology, and number and position of words (111), with the same number of syllables (179) and number of characters (660). For(More)
To develop 28 short sentence optotypes for the English version of the Radner Reading Charts that are as comparable as possible in number and length of words, as well as in difficulty and syntactical construction. Thirty-four English sentences were constructed following the method used for other Radner Reading Charts to obtain “sentence optotypes” with(More)
PURPOSE To add a new set of 24 sentence optotypes to the German version of the RADNER reading charts and to investigate whether sentences constructed based upon an optimised concept of sentence optotypes can be used together with the original 38 sentences. METHODS Twenty-eight optimised sentence optotypes were constructed based upon the concept of(More)
PURPOSE To compare the reading time and reading speed measurements obtained with a stopwatch with those of an automated computer program for measuring reading speed and acuity (rad-rd© ; patent: AT 504635B1/10-2006). METHODS The rad-rd© was used (in conjunction with a PC and microphone) for the computer-based measurements. In rotation, each of four(More)
PURPOSE To develop 27 short sentence optotypes for the Portuguese version of the Radner Reading Charts. METHODS Thirty-four Portuguese sentences were constructed following the concept of the Radner Reading Charts to obtain highly comparable sentences in terms of lexical difficulty, syntactical complexity, word length, number of syllables, and position of(More)
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