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Agreement and Repeatability of Noncycloplegic and Cycloplegic Wavefront-based Autorefraction in Children.

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Summary of "Agreement and Repeatability of Noncycloplegic and Cycloplegic Wavefront-based Autorefraction in Children."

Increasing prevalence of refractive error requires assessment of ametropia as a screening tool in children. If cycloplegia is not an option, knowledge about the increase in uncertainty for wavefront-based autorefraction is needed. The cycloplegic agent as the principal variant presents cross-reference and allows for extraction of the influence of accommodation.

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Name: Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry
ISSN: 1538-9235
Pages: 879-889

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