Distribution of Ocular Biometric Parameters and Refraction in Population-Based Study of Australian Children
PURPOSE. To study the distribution of spherical equivalent refraction and ocular biometric parameters in a young Australian population. METHODS. Noncontact methods were used to examine ocular dimensions and cycloplegic autorefraction in a stratified random cluster sample of year 1 Sydney school students (n = 1765), mean age 6.7 years (range, 5.5-8.4 years). Repeated measures of axial length, anterior chamber depth, and greatest and least corneal radius of curvature (CR1, CR2, respectively) were...[Show more]
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