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But another person in the trial lost visual acuity as a result of the therapy.
Special delivery Mannella was born with achromatopsia, a rare congenital condition which causes poor visual acuity and extreme sensitivity to light.
Excellent visual acuity correlates directly with better productivity.
Eye pressure and visual acuity are checked, then the optometrist examines them.
Moonlight even sharpens the visual acuity of horseshoe crabs, which come ashore on certain nights to mate.
These measurements with 70 micron pixels confirmed our hopes that prosthetic visual acuity is limited by the pixel pitch [or the distance from the center of one pixel to the center of the next pixel].
One person lost visual acuity, or sharpness of vision.
That said, their daylight range is limited to roughly 300 feet compared with a human’s 3000-foot visual acuity, so that will have to improve.
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