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Training regimen involving cyclic induction of pupil constriction during far accommodation improves visual acuity in myopic children
Purpose: Myopia in school-age children has become increasingly prevalent in industrialized countries, especially in Asia. A large population of school-age children still suffers from low visual acuity. We have developed a novel, safe and noninvasive training method to activate a pupillary constriction response during far accommodation that results in improved visual acuity. Methods: Myopic children (n = 95) were treated for 3-minute sessions up to twice a week for 12-106 weeks. We stimulateddoi:10.2147/opth.s9249 fatcat:kymu2vqwbvbidohj33jns6i4iq