The impact of parental myopia on myopia in Chinese children: Population-based evidence
Purpose.: To determine the relationship between myopia in parents and their children in a sample of urban Chinese children. Methods.: Random sampling was used to identify a population-based sample of 4364 children aged 5 to 15 years from Guangzhou. Children had a comprehensive ocular examination including cycloplegic (1% cyclopentolate) refraction (ARK-30; Nidek Corp.). Data on parental myopia, education levels, incomes and occupations, and children's near-work activities were collected by...[Show more]
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