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  • The Mechanism of Accommodation and Presbyopiaby R.A. Schachar

    Kugler Publications 2012; US$ 285.00

    The human eye is a remarkable optical device. In less than a second, a young human eye can accommodate from infinity to closer than 10 cm. Accommodation occurs with minimal effort and can be rapidly repeated with no apparent evidence of fatigue. Unfortunately, maximum accommodation decreases throughout life and by the fifth decade leads to presbyopia,... more...

  • Myopiaby Roger W. Beuerman; Seang-Mei Saw; Donald T. H. Tan

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2010; US$ 153.00

    Myopia is the most common optical disorder in the world, and is on the rise in many countries, particularly in East Asia. The impact of myopia is evident as the driving force in the development of refractive surgery and of the spectacle and contact lens industries. While myopia is often seen as a childhood disease that involves complex genetic-environmental... more...

  • Myopia and the Control of Eye Growthby CIBA Foundation Symposium

    Wiley 2008; US$ 175.00

    Myopia, the most common disorder of the eye, affects 80% of the population of some countries. Although its basis remains uncertain, recent development of animal models have permitted tests of hypothesis as to myopia's origins. The symposium proceedings cover normal growth of the eye including the roles of peptide factors, metabolism and accomodation,... more...

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