Postnatal control of ocular growth: dopaminergic mechanisms.

Abstract

A vision-dependent feedback mechanism contributes to the regulation of postnatal eye growth and refraction; this mechanism is located at least in part in the retina. In chicks and rhesus monkeys, visual deprivation leads to ocular enlargement and a myopic refractive error, and it also reduces the retinal concentration of dopamine. In neonatal chicks, local… (More)

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