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Ophthalmic Foil

Definition : Thin plastic films (foils) designed to partially or totally block light when applied to an existing eyewear lens. These foils are manually cut, typically using scissors, from a thin plastic sheet in a shape that conforms to the interior of the lens and usually use only water for attachment. Ophthalmic foil is intended for prophylactic (e.g., to prevent lazy eye [amblyopia]) and/or therapeutic uses such as the treatment of double vision (diplopia) and in the absence of an eye's natural lens (aphakia).

Entry Terms : "Foil, Ophthalmic"

UMDC code : 16066

   

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The Fresnel Prism & Lens Co LLC

More than 24 years the Fresnel Prism and Lens Co. has been offering products to assist in the diagnostic and therapeutic issues offered by eyecare specialists i.e. Pediatric & Neuro Ophthalmologists, Orthoptists, Optometrists and other low vision practices.

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