3 edition of A short account of the eye, and nature of vision found in the catalog.
A short account of the eye, and nature of vision
1752 by printed by E. Say, for A. Strahan; J. Robinson; W. Sandby; W. Bisset; D. Wilson, and J. Jolliffe in London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2794, no. 6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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By James Ayscough. [James Ayscough]. A short account of the eyes and vision, ideal for students of biology and nature of vision book medicine. Includes an exploration of both human and animal eyes and vision. Considers both the evolution of vision and the workings of the eye today.
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The eyeball and its lens focus light from an image onto the retina. The medical name for short sight is myopia. Eyesight problems, such as myopia, are also known as refractive errors.
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Its core aim is to advance the science and practice of. And he doesn't shy away from the age-old philosophical issues of epistemology, that is, of the subjective nature of vision and the dilemma of how we can know that what we see is really what is.
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THE CORNEA. The eye is enclosed by a tough white sac, the sclera. The cornea is the transparent window in this white sac which allows the objects you are looking at to be carried in the form of light waves into the interior of the eye. The surface of the cornea is where light begins its journey into the eye.
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The earliest predecessors of the eye were photoreceptor proteins that sense light, found even in unicellular organisms, called "eyespots".Eyespots can sense only ambient brightness: they can distinguish light from dark, sufficient for photoperiodism and daily synchronization of circadian are insufficient for vision, as they cannot distinguish shapes or determine the direction.
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The Eye Book covers a wide range of topics. These topics include what to expect during an eye exam, how glasses and contacts can correct some vision problems, the pros and cons of refractive surgery, how to treat eye traumas, and the effect that many common medicines have on the eyes.
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While walking along the beach I was suddenly stopped and saw a vision. Vision begins with light passing through the cornea and the lens, which combine to produce a clear image of the visual world on a sheet of photoreceptors called the retina.
As in a camera, the image on the retina is reversed: Objects above the center project to the lower part and vice versa. The information from the retina — in the form of.Macular Degeneration is a serious disease that can lead to blindness if not treated properly.
Please agree to continue care with both a qualified eye doctor and qualified alternative medicine practitioner. This will afford you the best chance of preserving and improving your vision.
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