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作者:Yan Li , Jia Liu , Pengcheng Qi
来源:[J].BMC Ophthalmology(IF 1.444), 2017, Vol.17 (1)Springer
摘要:Myopia is a leading cause of preventable blindness. Although, multiple cross-sectional epidemiological studies have confirmed that there is a high prevalence of myopia in high school-aged students in China. However, few longitudinal studies have been performed to assess junior high...
作者:Hong-Ying Jin , Ting Wan , Fang Wu ...
来源:[J].BMC Ophthalmology(IF 1.444), 2017, Vol.17 (1)Springer
摘要:To compare the refractive results and higher-order aberrations (HOAs) after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) in high myopia and mild to moderate myopia patients.
作者:Atul Kumar , Rohan Chawla , Devesh Kumawat ...
来源:[J].Indian Journal of Ophthalmology(IF 1.019), 2017, Vol.65 (2), pp.85-91DOAJ
摘要:The incidence of myopia is constantly on the rise. Patients of high myopia and pathological myopia are young and can lose vision due to a number of degenerative changes occurring at the macula. With the emergence of new technologies such as swept-source optical coherence tomograp...
作者:Shiming Wang , Yong Wang , Xiaoming Gao ...
来源:[J].BMC Ophthalmology(IF 1.444), 2015, Vol.15 (1)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)The purpose of this study was to examine the choroidal thickness of patients with high myopia using enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography (EDI-OCT) and compare them with healthy subjects.(#br) Methods(#br)We first conducted a cross-se...
作者:Tso-Ting Lai , Tzyy-Chang Ho , Chung-May Yang
来源:[J].BMC Ophthalmology(IF 1.444), 2016, Vol.16 (1)Springer
摘要:...(#br) Methods(#br)A retrospective study involving eight cases of high myopia with foveoschisis and foveal detachment in which the subfoveal fluid had spontaneously resolved. The clinical characteristics and optical coherence tomography (OCT) findings were described.(#br) Resu...
作者:Xiaogang Wang , Jing Dong , Qiang Wu
来源:[J].BMC Ophthalmology(IF 1.444), 2015, Vol.15 (1)Springer
摘要:Abstract(#br) Background(#br)Corneal biometric parameters can possibly be influenced by high myopia (HM). The influence of HM on corneal thickness (CT), epithelial thickness (ET) has not yet been clearly established. The aim of this study is to observe ET, CT and axial length (A...
作者:Guang-Ming Jin , Xiao-Jing Zhao , Ai-Ming Chen ...
来源:[J].International Journal of Ophthalmology(IF 0.119), 2016, Vol.9 (4), pp.604-609DOAJ
摘要:AIM: To investigate the association between collagen type I alpha 1 (COL1A1) gene and high myopia. METHODS: In this Meta-analysis, we examined 5 published case-control studies that involved 1942 high myopia cases and 2929 healthy controls to assess the association between the COL...
作者:Gui-Fang Wang , Qing-Shan Ji , Bing Qi ...
来源:[J].International Journal of Ophthalmology(IF 0.119), 2017, Vol.10 (10), pp.1516-1520DOAJ
摘要:AIM: To investigate the correlation between lumican (LUM) gene and high myopia in a Southern Chinese population. METHODS: The study comprised of 95 high myopia patients with a spherical equivalent ≤−6.5 diopters (D). The control group recruited 95 individuals with a spheric...
作者:Mei-Ching Teng , Yi-Chieh Poon , Kuo-Chi Hung ...
来源:[J].International Journal of Ophthalmology(IF 0.119), 2017, Vol.10 (7), pp.1106-1112DOAJ
摘要:AIM: To evaluate and compare the diagnostic capabilities of peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer (p-RNFL) parameters of Spectralis optical coherence tomography (OCT) versus Stratus OCT to detect glaucoma in patients with high myopia. METHODS: This is a retrospective, cros...
作者:Li Hepei , Xie Mingkun , Wang Li ...
来源:[J].Indian Journal of Ophthalmology(IF 1.019), 2017, Vol.65 (10), pp.926-930Wolters Kluwer
摘要:Purpose: The aim is to evaluate the association between high myopia and genetic variant in the BicC family RNA binding protein 1 (BICC1) as well as its association with Ras protein specific guanine nucleotide releasing factor 1 (RASGRF1) genes in a Chinese Han population with ...

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