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Once the light makes the electrons uncomfortable, the intensity of the light changes the refractive index.
Of the overall cases, 69 percent arose from simple uncorrected refractive errors, which include myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism (blurry vision up close, far away or both).
While at Harvard, his early work helped lay the foundation for LASIK refractive surgery, UCI said.
In July, the bride is to begin a fellowship in cornea, refractive surgery and external diseases at Mass Eye and Ear, where the groom is to begin the third year of his residency.
Durrie Vision, a refractive surgery and laser vision correction facility, moved its corporate offices within Overland Park, the company announced Monday.
This destroys the feather’s refractive structures, and the crimp reverts to the plain, grayish brown of any bird.
A measurement called the refractive index (RI) tells us how quickly light travels through various types of materials.
Light always moves through a vacuum at the same speed, but it gets slowed down by a factor called the refractive index in a medium like water or glass.
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