Silicone intraocular lens resolution in air and in water.

Abstract

The resolution efficiencies of 31 biconvex silicone intraocular lenses, ranging in power from 16.0 to 23.5 diopters, were tested in air and in water to see if a predictable relationship existed as previously reported with polymethylmethacrylate lenses. Resolution efficiency is defined as the percentage ratio of the actual resolving power of a lens to that… (More)

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@article{Holladay1988SiliconeIL, title={Silicone intraocular lens resolution in air and in water.}, author={Jack T. Holladay and Antonio C. Ting and C. K{\"{o}ster and Val Portney and T R Willis}, journal={Journal of cataract and refractive surgery}, year={1988}, volume={14 6}, pages={657-9} }