Evaluating static and dynamic accommodation with high speed quantitative OCT, published today in BOE
OCT was used to quantify biometric and lens shape changes with accommodation in human eyes in vivo, from 3-D static and from 2-D dynamic measurements. The geometrical contributions to the accommodative response and fluctuations of accommodation were also estimated. This study represents the first fully OCT-based quantitative assessment of real time accommodation.
The publication can be downloaded at: Gambra, Ortiz, Perez-Merino, Gora, Wojtkowski, Marcos, tatic and Dynamic crystalline lens accommodation evaluated using quantitative 3-D OCT, Biomedical Optics Express Vol. 4, Iss. 9, pp. 1595–1609 (2013)
The study was performed in collaboration with Maciej Wojtkowski’s lab at Copernicus University.