14 October 2015 Bionic intraocular lens with variable focus and integrated structure
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This paper proposes a bionic accommodating intraocular lens (IOL) for ophthalmic surgery. The designed lens has a solid–liquid mixed integrated structure, which mainly consists of a support ring, elastic membrane, rigid lens, and optical liquid. The lens focus can be adjusted through the deformation of the lens front surface when compressed. The integrated structure of the IOL is presented, as well as a detailed description of the lens materials and fabrication process. Images under different radial pressures are captured, and the lens deformation process, accommodating range, density, and optical property are analyzed. The designed lens achieves a 14.6 D accommodating range under a radial pressure of 51.4 mN and a 0.24 mm alteration of the lens outer radius. The deformation property of the lens matches well with the characteristic of the eye and shows the potential to help patients fully recover their vision accommodation ability after the cataract surgery.
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Dan Liang, Dan Liang, Xuan-Yin Wang, Xuan-Yin Wang, Jia-Wei Du, Jia-Wei Du, Ke Xiang, Ke Xiang, } "Bionic intraocular lens with variable focus and integrated structure," Optical Engineering 54(10), 105106 (14 October 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.54.10.105106 . Submission:


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