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ISBN: 9781938168000
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A person with presbyopia has lost some or all of the ability to accommodate the power of the eye. If such a person’s distant vision is corrected with LASIK, will she still need reading glasses? Explain.

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A person with presbyopia has lost some or all of the ability to accommodate the power of the eye. If such a person's distant vision is corrected with LASIK, will she still need reading glasses?

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Introduction:

Presbyopia is presented by the aging of the eye which results in the eye progressively losing the ability to focus on nearby objects, usually due to difficulty reading small letters forcing the person to move the reading material to a distance where it can read clearly.

These types of conditions can be corrected by prescribing glasses or through LASIK. The LASIK cornea correction procedure consists of emitting multiple burst of finally controlled ultraviolet radiation by a laser of 193 nm wavelength, each laser is carefully controlled by a computer program at a rate of 10 burst per second...

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