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Effects of Age and Sex on Values Obtained by RAPDx® Pupillometer, and Determined the Standard Values for Detecting Relative Afferent Pupillary Defect
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Results of this study can be used for detection of RAPD in the clinic and it will be the basic data of the RAPDx® pupillometer for future research. Expand
Prediction of pupil size under binocular open-view settings using the new CASIA2 device
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Pupil size under binocular open-view settings can be predicted based on simultaneous measurement of pupil size during evaluation of the anterior segment using the CASIA2 device, a useful index for determining the most appropriate treatment strategy in candidates for cataract and refractive surgery. Expand
Development of a new intraocular lens power calculation method based on lens position estimated with optical coherence tomography
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A new regression formula was developed to predict the postoperative anterior chamber depth with the use of the stepwise analysis results and yielded excellent postoperative refraction predictions and could be applicable to eyes with abnormal proportions, such as steep or flat corneal curvatures and short and long axial lengths. Expand
Relationship between Crystalline Lens Thickness and Shape and the Identification of Anterior Ocular Segment Parameters for Predicting the Intraocular Lens Position after Cataract Surgery
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The ESD and PSD obtained using AS-OCT were highly correlated with the IOL position and significantly correlation with the refractive prediction error, suggesting that the ESD may enhance the accuracy of actual Iol position prediction. Expand
Evaluation of visual function in preschool-age children using a vision screening protocol
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Examination of refraction and stereopsis in preschool-age children undergoing vision screening is an important supplement to visual acuity testing and is suggested to be a necessary supplement to vision screening. Expand
Effect of Pupil Size and Binocular Viewing on Accommodative Gain in Emmetropia and Myopia
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The effects of pupil size, binocular viewing, and inherent eye refraction on accommodative gain differed between emmetropia and myopia. Expand
The Repeatability of Values Measured Using the Spot Vision Screener in Healthy Children and Children with Refractive Errors
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The Spot vision screener can ensure better than moderate repeatability with and without spectacles, and over the 95% limits of agreement between consecutive measurements for the spherical equivalent value, cylindrical value, and amount of anisometropia. Expand
Evaluation of Relative Afferent Pupillary Defect Using RAPDx Device in Patients with Optic Nerve Disease
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The amplitude and latency scores determined using RAPDx are useful in evaluating RAPD, particularly the standard value of the amplitude score, which showed a significant correlation with laterality-based differences in visual acuity and critical flicker fusion frequency values in the optic nerve disease group. Expand
Comparison of Size Modulation Standard Automated Perimetry and Conventional Standard Automated Perimetry with a 10-2 Test Program in Glaucoma Patients
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The potential of a large stimulus presented at an area with a decreased sensitivity with size modulation standard automated perimetry could underestimate the actual threshold in the 10-2 test protocol, as compared with conventional standard automatedPerimetry. Expand
Differences in the Stimulus Accommodative Convergence/Accommodation Ratio using Various Techniques and Accommodative Stimuli
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Differences in the stimulus AC/A ratio value were significant according to measurement technique and accommodative stimuli, however, differences caused by measurement technique may be reduced by using a high accommodative stimulus during measurements. Expand
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