2008-2009 Basic and Clinical Science Course: Section 3: by Kevin M. Miller, MD

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By Kevin M. Miller, MD

Provides present functions of optical phenomena, together with the optical issues on the topic of foundations of lasers, spectacles, IOLs, and refractive surgical procedure and the layout, becoming, and problems of touch lenses. additionally lined are optics of the human eye, the layout and use of ophthalmic tools, easy strategies of geometrical optics and the present method of low imaginative and prescient administration and imaginative and prescient rehabilitation.

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If yellow wavelengths are focused precisely on the retina, blue light will be focused in front of the retina and red light will be focused behind the retina. ) Some media, such as quartz, are optically inhomogeneous. That is, the speed of light through the material depends on the direction of light propagation through the material. 492 CLINICAL EXAMPLE 2-3 You may notice that red objects appear nearer than blue objects when they are displayed against a black background (Fig 2-18). This effect stands out in slide presentations that are rich in red and blue text and is known as chromostereopsis.

Principles and Clinical Applications of Photodisruption. CHAPTER 1: Physical Optics. 23 portant gas laser sources used in medicine. The dye laser is the only liquid laser used in ophthalmology. In 1975, it was shown that rare gas atoms in metastable excited states could react with halogens to form diatomic rare gas halides in a bound excited dimer (excimer) state. Decay of these excimer molecules to a weakly bound or unbound ground state is accompanied by emission of a photon with ultraviolet frequency.

The surface normal, incident ray, and reflected ray all lie in the same plane (in this case the plane of the paper). The angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection. (Illustration developed by Edmond H. Thall, MD, and Kevin M. Mjller. MD, and rendered by C. H. 33 an acrylic IOL. than a silicone IOL? 33 The reflectivity Optics. 43. 33. 46 times more reflective than ,, normal ,, , I ,, 'r , --- I, I, , S('-: , ,, , I I Plane of incidence and transmission Optical interface Transmitted ray Figure 2-24 surface Illustration showing the definitions of angle of incidence, angle of transmission, normal, and the plane of incidence and transmission (yellow).

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