Study: Overnight ortho-K in children significantly reduces peripheral myopia

Kronemyer, Bob
July 2011
Primary Care Optometry News;Jul2011, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p21
The article discusses results of a study which showed that overnight wearing of orthokeratology contact lens in three consecutive months significantly reduced myopia in children, referencing a research by Helen A. Swarbrick and Pauline Kang of the University of New South Wales in Sydney.


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