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  • periphery
  • 4. The intraocular lens assembly of claim 1 wherein said flange further comprises in cross-sectional view a straight portion and a circular portion separated from said periphery of said optic by said straight portion. (google.com.au)
  • 2. The lens system of claim 1 , wherein said periphery of said anterior optic is juxtaposed with said periphery of said first retention member, such that substantially all of said anterior optic is located outside said periphery of said first retention member. (google.es)
  • 3. The lens system of claim 1 , wherein said anterior portion further comprises a second retention member, said second retention member being configured to contact a portion of the lens capsule in at least one location in proximity to the periphery of the anterior optic. (google.es)
  • said first, second and third, longitudinally arcuate, haptics when viewed in a direction normal to an anterior face of said first lens optic, extend outwardly from a periphery of the first lens optic at an angle of approximately 30 to 40 degrees and said haptics are equally spaced about the periphery of the optic. (google.com)
  • centers
  • When the filament ends are inserted into the cleft of the capsule, the resilience of the filaments centers the lens behind the pupil. (google.com)
  • optical axis
  • said first retention member has a radially outermost portion which is significantly closer to said optical axis of said lens system than is either of said first and second apices. (google.es)
  • said first and second retention members are arranged 180 degrees apart from each other about said optical axis of said lens system. (google.es)
  • Removal
  • Removal of the lens, however, drastically changes the focal point of the light impinging on the retina, resulting in inability to focus a clear image. (google.com.au)