Monitoring accommodative ciliary muscle function using three-dimensional ultrasound

@article{Stachs2002MonitoringAC,
  title={Monitoring accommodative ciliary muscle function using three-dimensional ultrasound},
  author={Oliver Stachs and Heiner Martin and Alexander Kirchhoff and Joachim Stave and Thom T Terwee and Rudolf F. Guthoff},
  journal={Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology},
  year={2002},
  volume={240},
  pages={906-912}
}
Abstract Background. Our objective was to develop a three-dimensional high-resolution ultrasonic imaging technique to be utilized for in-vivo characterization of the ciliary body and the posterior iris. The benefit of this imaging in enhancing the quantification of the configurational changes in the ciliary body during accommodation is demonstrated. Methods. Sequential ultrasound biomicroscopic images of the ciliary body region were obtained with a computer-controlled scanning device designed… CONTINUE READING
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