1. Accommodative changes in human eye observed by Kitasato anterior segment optical coherence tomography

    Accommodative changes in human eye observed by Kitasato anterior segment optical coherence tomography

    Purpose To study accommodative changes in the human lens using swept-source optical coherence tomography (Kitasato anterior segment OCT/KAs-OCT), which can image the whole anterior segment of the eye. Methods Thirty-five healthy subjects (mean age 41 years, range 13–79 years) were recruited. Using KAs-OCT, we measured the curvature of the anterior (ASC) and posterior surfaces (PSC), the thickness (LT) of the lens and the anterior chamber depth (ACD) in response to far (0.4 D) and near (10 D) accommodative stimuli. Results In response to accommodative stimuli (0.4/10 D), the mean values ± standard deviations were: radius of ...

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