Rob van der Heijde

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We present a comparison between measurements of the radius of the anterior and posterior lens surface, which was performed using corrected Scheimpflug imaging and Purkinje imaging in the same group of participants (46 for the anterior lens, and 34 for the posterior lens). Comparisons were also made as a function of accommodation (0 to 7 D) in a subset of 11(More)
Knowledge about geometric properties such as shape and volume and Poisson's ratio of the nucleus can be used in the mechanical and optical modeling of the accommodation process. Therefore, Scheimpflug imaging was used to determine the shape of the human lens nucleus during accommodation in five subjects. To describe the shape of the nucleus, we fitted a(More)
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