Age-related change in contrast sensitivity among Japanese adults.

@article{Nomura2003AgerelatedCI,
  title={Age-related change in contrast sensitivity among Japanese adults.},
  author={H. Nomura and F. Ando and N. Niino and H. Shimokata and Y. Miyake},
  journal={Japanese journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2003},
  volume={47 3},
  pages={
          299-303
        }
}
PURPOSE To evaluate the age-related change in contrast sensitivity seen in a middle-aged to elderly Japanese population. METHODS Contrast sensitivity and visual acuity were measured in subjects aged 40 to 79 years randomly recruited from a community in Aichi prefecture near Nagoya, Japan. Contrast sensitivity tests were performed using the Vistech contrast sensitivity test chart (VCTS 6500). The results were statistically analyzed relative to age. RESULTS A statistically significant… Expand
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