Anterior chamber depth correlated with anthropomorphic measurements: the Beijing Eye Study

@article{Xu2009AnteriorCD,
  title={Anterior chamber depth correlated with anthropomorphic measurements: the Beijing Eye Study},
  author={L. Xu and J. Li and C. Xia and Y. Wang and J. Jonas},
  journal={Eye},
  year={2009},
  volume={23},
  pages={632-634}
}
  • L. Xu, J. Li, +2 authors J. Jonas
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Eye
  • BackgroundTo assess the relationship between peripheral anterior chamber depth and anthropomorphic measurements.MethodsThe Beijing Eye Study 2006 included 3251 (73.2%) subjects who returned for a follow-up examination after a baseline examination including 4335 subjects in 2001. The peripheral anterior chamber depth was estimated by slit lamp-assisted biomicroscopy using van Herick's method. Measurements of the body height and weight and assessment of the anterior chamber as inclusion criterion… CONTINUE READING

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