Comparison of objective refraction in darkness to cycloplegic refraction: a pilot study.

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BACKGROUND The aim was to assess non-cycloplegic objective refraction in darkness using an open-field auto-refractor, and furthermore to compare it with distance cycloplegic subjective refraction and distance cycloplegic retinoscopy in the light, in children and young adults. METHODS Twenty-three, visually-normal, young-adults (46 eyes) ages 23 to 31… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cxo.12367

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@article{Vasudevan2016ComparisonOO, title={Comparison of objective refraction in darkness to cycloplegic refraction: a pilot study.}, author={Balamurali Vasudevan and Kenneth J. Ciuffreda and Kelly Meehan and Dejana Grk and Misty Cox}, journal={Clinical & experimental optometry}, year={2016}, volume={99 2}, pages={168-72} }