Abstract

The resolution of diffractive, bifocal, intraocular lenses was studied with regard to pupil displacement and diameter size through computer simulations, bench measurements, and patient vision-acuity measurements. Good agreement was obtained between these three methods of investigation. In particular, we find that pupil displacements of the order of 1 mm reduce the resolution considerably for these lenses.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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