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Internal lens stress can be detected using a:

A. Lensometer
B. Distometer
C. Polariscope
D. Pedometer
C. Polariscope
A lensometer is used for measuring:

A. Sphere Power
B. Cylinder Power
C. Prism
D. All of the above
D. All of the above
Prism is read in lensometer using the:

A. Power drum
B. Lens holder
C. Reticle
D. Spotting device
C. Reticle
Vertex distance is measured using a:

A. Lensometer
B. Polariscope
C. Vertometer
D. Distometer
D. Distometer
A lensomter reticle is divided in quadrants to measure the:

A. Cylinder axis
B. Direction of the prism
C. Sphere power
D. None of the above
B. Direction of the prism
Lens calipers are commonly used to measure:

A. Lens diameter
B. Bifocal height
C. Index of refraction
D. Lens thickness
D. Lens thickness
A pupillometer is used to measure the:

A. Diameter of the pupil
B. Radius of the pupil
C. Interpupillary distance
D. Height of the pupil
C. Interpupillary distance