Definition of accommodating
The ability of the eye to accommodate decreases with age.Synonym: ocular accommodation; visual accommodation See: illustration4.
However, this change in accommodative demand is accompanied by a similar change in convergence, so that a myope transferring to contact lenses accommodates and converges more than with spectacles and the reverse applies for a hyperope. See far point sphere.ill-sustained accommodation See accommodative insufficiency.inert accommodation See accommodative infacility.insufficiency of accommodation See accommodative of accommodation 1.
In some animals this adjustment occurs either as a result of an anteroposterior movement of the crystalline lens, or of an alteration in the curvature of the cornea.
See aniso-accommodation; ciliary muscle; accommodative reflex; Fincham's theory; Helmholtz's of accommodation theory.amplitude of accommodation The maximum amount of accommodation A that the eye can exert.
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