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Estimation of ocular axial length from conventional optometric measures

Published:November 27, 2019DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clae.2019.11.005
      The increasing incidence of myopia across the globe [
      • Holden B.A.
      • Fricke T.R.
      • Wilson D.A.
      • Jong M.
      • Naidoo K.S.
      • Sankaridurg P.
      • et al.
      Global prevalence of myopia and high myopia and temporal trends from 2000 through 2050.
      ], and in East Asia in particular [
      • Guo Y.H.
      • Lin H.Y.
      • Lin L.L.K.
      • Cheng C.Y.
      Self-reported myopia in Taiwan: 2005 Taiwan National Health Interview Survey.
      ,
      • Jung S.K.
      • Lee J.H.
      • Kakizaki H.
      • Jee D.
      Prevalence of myopia and its association with body stature and educational level in 19-year-old male conscripts in Seoul, South Korea.
      ,
      • McMonnies C.W.
      Clinical prediction of the need for interventions for the control of myopia.
      ,
      • Wolffsohn J.S.
      • Calossi A.
      • Cho P.
      • Gifford K.
      • Jones L.
      • Li M.
      • et al.
      Global trends in myopia management attitudes and strategies in clinical practice.
      ], has caused great interest in the optometric community, not least because of the emergence of treatment options such as soft dual-focus design contact lenses [
      • Ruiz-Pomeda A.
      • Pérez-Sánchez B.
      • Valls I.
      • Prieto-Garrido F.L.
      • Gutiérrez-Ortega R.
      • Villa-Collar C.
      MiSight assessment study Spain (MASS). A 2-year randomized clinical trial.
      ,
      • Chamberlain P.
      • Peixoto-De-Matos S.C.
      • Logan N.S.
      • Ngo C.
      • Jones D.
      • Young G.
      A 3-year randomized clinical trial of MiSight lenses for myopia control.
      ], orthokeratology contact lenses [
      • Cho P.
      • Cheung S.-W.
      Retardation of myopia in orthokeratology (ROMIO) study: a 2-year randomized clinical Trial Retardation of myopia in orthokeratology study.
      ,
      • Santodomingo-Rubido J.
      • Villa-Collar C.
      • Gilmartin B.
      • Gutiérrez-Ortega R.
      Myopia control with orthokeratology contact lenses in Spain: refractive and biometric changes.
      ,
      • Walline J.J.
      • Jones L.A.
      • Sinnott L.T.
      Corneal reshaping and myopia progression.
      ,
      • Walline J.
      • Smith M.
      Controlling myopia progression in children and adolescents.
      ] and pharmaceutical agents [
      • Chia A.
      • Lu Q.-S.
      • Tan D.
      Five-year clinical trial on atropine for the treatment of myopia 2: myopia control with atropine 0.01% eyedrops.
      ].

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