Accommodative function in myopes

15 August 2019
Volume 20, Issue 3

Amrizal et al. discuss the accommodative functions in myopes and how these are influenced by the myopia management options such as contact lenses and atropine.

In Accommodative function in myopes and the effect of myopia: management strategies on accommodative function and myopia progression, Amrizal et al. discuss the accommodative functions in myopes and how these are influenced by the myopia management options such as contact lenses and atropine. The paper concludes by suggesting that accommodation assessment is an important aspect of myopia management.

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