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Anatomical variations in the accommodation system

It is well known that the growth of the eye after birth is directed by visual stimuli, that a blur signal is detected by the retina, and this initiates a signalling cascade within the eye to control eye growth. Both the retina, as the blur detection site, and the accommodation response, that acts to maintain good vision at all distances, are key components of this system. The anatomical and physiological variations to the ciliary muscle and how this relates to …

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School of Optometry and Vision Science

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