Dependency between light intensity and refractive development under light-dark cycles.

@article{Cohen2011DependencyBL,
  title={Dependency between light intensity and refractive development under light-dark cycles.},
  author={Yuval Cohen and Michael Belkin and Oren Yehezkel and Arieh Sorin Solomon and Uri Polat},
  journal={Experimental eye research},
  year={2011},
  volume={92 1},
  pages={
          40-6
        }
}
The emmetropization process involves fine-tuning the refractive state by altering the refractive components toward zero refraction. In this study, we provided light-dark cycle conditions at several intensities and examined the effect of light intensity on the progression of chicks' emmetropization. Chicks under high-, medium-, and low-light intensities (10,000, 500, and 50 lux, respectively) were followed for 90 days by retinoscopy, keratometry, as well as ultrasound measurements… CONTINUE READING
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