57-year old presbiopic/hypermetropic lady reads diamond type at 10 cm

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by g.gatti, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. g.gatti

    g.gatti Guest

    It took 15 minutes of relaxation but suddenly this lady after wearing
    for ten years plus lenses for the correction of hypermetropia and
    presbyopia (in the last five years the lenses were progressive from +3
    dioptres) now could read in a well lighted place outdoors the line
    titled 4) of the Bates book, "seven truths of notmal sight", page 195,
    at 10 cm from her face.

    I will post her progress in the next few weeks.

    g.gatti, Apr 5, 2005
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    Don't bother, Rishi. There's not a living soul walking this earth who
    believes you anyway....
    Neil Brooks, Apr 5, 2005
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    ycdbsoya Guest

    Well, that's what happens when you have "Not Male" eyes.
    ycdbsoya, Apr 5, 2005
  4. g.gatti

    g.gatti Guest

    Neil Brooks wrote:

    These are true things.

    I am on this market since three years, and I will go on forever.

    If this was not possible, the thing should have been dismissed long

    But don't worry, your business will not suffer.

    These are things for intelligent people.
    g.gatti, Apr 5, 2005
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    Thank you, but the validity of my statement was really self-evident.
    I don't really know about that, but it certainly *feels* that way.
    ....and has been...
    Neil Brooks, Apr 5, 2005
  6. g.gatti

    g.gatti Guest

    You have dismissed your mind, I'm sorry for you.

    People are improving and eventually get a permanent cure.

    Now it is no more a fact of one or two cases, these are dozens now.

    Some are able to trick a dirty machine like the refractometer.

    What to do?

    I dont' ask you to believe.

    Please, **** off.
    g.gatti, Apr 5, 2005
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    Well . . . you could perform proper, controlled, peer-reviewed studies
    and have them *published.* This *could* give you *some* measure of
    much-needed credibility.
    From the country of Dante Alighieri? Disgraceful. Simply
    Neil Brooks, Apr 5, 2005
  8. she probably never was hypermetropic and many 57 years olds can still

    Why is it so difficult to believe that this is possible?
    andrewedwardjudd, Apr 5, 2005
  9. g.gatti

    g.gatti Guest

    I'm not interested, please get lost, don't be unnecessarily idiotic.
    g.gatti, Apr 6, 2005
  10. g.gatti

    g.gatti Guest

    Well, she could not see anything for 15 minutes.
    g.gatti, Apr 6, 2005
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    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    What a contemptible fraud you are. Have the Italian authorities caught
    you yet?

    Of course this hypermetropic, presbyopic elderly woman can read in
    bright sunlight. Did you think to check the size of her pupils? They
    are undoubtedly pinholes.

    Dr. Leukoma, Apr 6, 2005
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    retinula Guest

    wrong! MAYBE they can accommodate about 0.50 diopters, but that is
    probably doubtful.

    in full sunlight her pupils were constricted. and in bright light there
    are sufficient central rays of light entering the eye to make small
    near print discernable. accommodations had nothing to do with it.
    retinula, Apr 6, 2005
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    retinula Guest

    oh-- and of course it could just be the typical BS that Rishi likes to
    post to get attention to his web site where he makes money off of
    unsuspecting gullible people.
    retinula, Apr 6, 2005
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    g.gatti Guest

    I would like to know why you idiot-doctors prescribed to her +3
    progressive eyeglasses...

    Perhaps you are all criminal who sell unnecessary glasses for the

    Why then she could not see anything for 15 minutes?
    g.gatti, Apr 7, 2005
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    Dr. Leukoma Guest

    I don't know Italian law, but I wouldn't be surprised if you haven't
    broken a few. Telling people to look at the sun will result in some
    people being injured.

    Dr. Leukoma, Apr 7, 2005
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