Monovision slows juvenile myopia progression unilaterally.

@article{Phillips2005MonovisionSJ,
  title={Monovision slows juvenile myopia progression unilaterally.},
  author={John R Phillips},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2005},
  volume={89 9},
  pages={1196-200}
}
AIM To evaluate the acceptability, effectivity, and side effects of a monovision spectacle correction designed to reduce accommodation and myopia progression in schoolchildren. METHODS Dominant eyes of 11 year old children with myopia (-1.00 to -3.00 D mean spherical equivalent) were corrected for distance; fellow eyes were uncorrected or corrected to keep the refractive imbalance <or=2.00 D. Myopia progression was followed with cycloplegic autorefraction and A-scan ultrasonography measures… CONTINUE READING
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