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EXTRALENTICULAR AND LENTICULAR ASPECTS OF ACCOMMODATION AND PRESBYOPIA IN HUMAN VS. MONKEY EYES PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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Extralenticular and lenticular aspects of accommodation and presbyopia in human vs monkey eyes

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EXTRALENTICULAR AND LENTICULAR ASPECTS OF ACCOMMODATION AND PRESBYOPIA IN HUMAN VS. MONKEY EYES

MARY ANN CROFT, JARED P. MCDONALD, ALEXANDER KATZ, TING-LI LIN, ELKE LÜTJEN-DRECOLL, and PAUL L. KAUFMAN


Extralenticular and lenticular aspects of accommodation and presbyopia in human vs monkey eyes

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vitreous zonule

lens equator

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lens equator

Video Clip #1. Dynamic ultrasound biomicroscopy images in a young (left panel) and older monkey eye (right panel). As in the human eye, the accommodative forward movement of the lens equator in the young monkey was more pronounced than in the older monkey. Note in the right hand panel there is focal line displayed by the UBM instrument which comes in and out of view as the video is played.


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