D R Iskander

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PURPOSE Videokeratoscopes provide a wealth of information about the topography of the ocular surface. Although there have been numerous studies of the accuracy and precision of videokeratoscopes with inanimate test objects, little information exists on their precision (repeatability) for real eyes. METHODS To investigate the stability of the ocular(More)
The monochromatic aberrations of the human eye limit visual performance to varying degrees. An aberroscope or a Hartman-Shack sensor can measure the total aberrations of the human eye. The aberroscope that is currently being developed at the Centre for Eye Research consists of a grid pattern that is projected on the eye through a specially designed optical(More)
  • Bababekova, Y Rosenfield, M Hue, J Huang, Thorud, H Helland +25 others
  • 2015
1 [1] THE VISION COUNCIL. DigitEYEzed: The daily impact of digital screens on the eye health of Americans. Font size and viewing distance of handheld smart phones. The influence of long-term visual near-work on accommodation and vergence: A field study. The lipofuscin fluoro-phore A2E mediates blue light-induced damage to retinal pigmented epithelial cells.(More)
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