The frequency characteristics of accommodative microfluctuations for central and peripheral zones of the human crystalline lens

@article{Winn1990TheFC,
  title={The frequency characteristics of accommodative microfluctuations for central and peripheral zones of the human crystalline lens},
  author={Barry Winn and John R. Pugh and Bernard Gilmartin and Huw Owens},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={30},
  pages={1093-1099}
}
Temporal variations in the nominally steady-state accommodation response can be characterized approximately by two principal regions of dominant activity: a low frequency region (LFR less than 0.6 Hz) and a high frequency region (HFR greater than 1.0 Hz). The observed changes of activity in the LFR induced by varying stimulus conditions has led to the proposal that this region may be utilized as an error detector in the accommodation feed-back loop. The role of fluctuations in the HFR is… CONTINUE READING

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