Myopes show increased susceptibility to nearwork aftereffects.

  title={Myopes show increased susceptibility to nearwork aftereffects.},
  author={Kenneth J. Ciuffreda and D M Wallis},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  volume={39 10},
PURPOSE Some aspects of accommodation may be slightly abnormal (or different) in myopes, compared with accommodation in emmetropes and hyperopes. For example, the initial magnitude of accommodative adaptation in the dark after nearwork is greatest in myopes. However, the critical test is to assess this initial accommodative aftereffect and its subsequent decay in the light under more natural viewing conditions with blur-related visual feedback present, if a possible link between this phenomenon… CONTINUE READING

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