3. MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES, Ophthalmology
Treatments are available to slow myopic axial elongation. Understanding normal axial length (AL) distributions will assist clinicians in choosing appropriate treatment for myopia. We report the distribution of AL in Australians of different age groups and refractive errors.
Kumar Nilagiri, Vinay; Sze-Yee Lee, Samantha; Lingham, Gareth; Charng, Jason; Yazar, Seyhan; Hewitt, Alex W.; Griffiths, Lynn R.; Sanfilippo, Paul G.; Tsai, Tzu-Hsun; and Mackey, David A., "Distribution of Axial Length in Australians of Different Age Groups, Ethnicities, and Refractive Errors" (2023). Articles. 196.
David Mackey is supported by a National Health and MedicalResearch Council(NHMRC) Practitioner Fellowship Program. The Raine Study Generation 2, 20 year follow-up was funded by the NHMRC (grant 1021105), Ophthalmic Research Institute of Australia, Alcon Research Institute, Lions Eye Institute, The BrightFocus Foundation, and the Australian Foundation for the Prevention of Blindness. The Raine Study Generation 2, 28 year follow-up was funded by the NHMRC (grants 1126494 and 1121979) and the Heart Foundation (grant 102170). The Raine Study Generation 1, 26 year follow-up was funded by the NHMRC (Eastwood et al., ID1084947) program grant and the Lions Eye Institute. The core management of the Raine Study is funded by The University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Telethon Kids Institute, Women and Infants Research Foundation, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University, The University of Notre Dame Australia, and the Raine Medical Research Foundation.
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