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A longitudinal study of refraction and its components during growth

Arnold Sorsby

A longitudinal study of refraction and its components during growth

by Arnold Sorsby

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eye -- Accommodation and refraction.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 41.

    Statementby Arnold Sorsby and G. A. Leary.
    SeriesMedical Research Council. Special report series, no. 309
    ContributionsLeary, G. A., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRE925 .S93
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 41 p.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4775799M
    ISBN 100114500037
    LC Control Number75451809
    OCLC/WorldCa103253

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The population norm of refractive change is estimated to be in the area – D. There is a basic eye growth of – mm around puberty (at variance with previous statements by Sorsby et al.). Low birth weight leaves (1) a (minor) group of pathological myopia (‘of prematurity Cited by: A longitudinal study of the biometric and refractive changes in full-term infants during the first year of life Article in Vision Research 41(21) October with 33 Reads.

The growth pattern of the human eye has been clarified mainly indirectly, with conclusions based on cross-sectional studies covering various age by: 7.

Historical Significance: This is one of several monographs by Sorsby published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office on the nature of refractive errors, which were influential in the 20thC debate on the origin and components of refractive errors.

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Leary. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, H. Stationery Off., Other Oculometric Parameters to Refraction by Age. and Ethnicity. distributions of refraction and ocular components, however, children in the present study are not longitudinal findings, our.

During early postnatal development, in the infantile rapid growth period, 29 both animals and humans emmetropize and use the eye’s refractive state to adjust its axial growth so that the axial length comes to match the focal plane.

In normal human infants, the visual environment has an impact on refractive state shortly after by: Interestingly, a recent study of stature growth trajectories in a longitudinal study of British children showed that while refraction at age 15 was not related to height growth, corneal radius at that age was related to growth in the first 2 years of life and axial length was related to height growth in the first 10 years of life (Northstone et Cited by: A book of the names and address of people living in a city What is the study of ophthalmology Pathology 'A longitudinal study of refraction and its components during growth' -- subject(s.

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He co-holds a patent in soft contact lens design. The well correlated growth of the eye which takes place during the first years of life changes to an uncorrelated growth, with significant yearly changes in refraction in a myopic direction. Particularly, the acceleration increases when refraction passes the zero line Cited by: Light or visible light is electromagnetic radiation within the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be perceived by the human eye.

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Refractive errors in vision can be caused by aberrant axial length of the eye, irregular corneal shape, or lens abnormalities. Causes of eye length overgrowth include multiple genetic loci, and visual parameters. We evaluate zebrafish as a potential animal model for studies of the genetic, cellular, and signaling basis of emmetropization and myopia.

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Boston, MA. The Orinda Longitudinal Study of .No study of refractive states should include less than a subjective or objective measure of refraction, corneal curvatures (using a small mire keratometer), and axial length. Regardless of whether an automated refractor, retinoscopic, or subjective measure is used, the examiner should be formally trained and the examiner or interexaminer.The Longitudinal Orthokeratology Research in Children (LORIC) study, in Hong Kong, was a non-randomized two-year pilot study that investigated the ability of overnight Ortho-K lens wear (i) to correct myopic vision, and (ii) to slow the progression of myopia (n=35) [].