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Myopia Clinical Trials

A listing of Myopia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (62) clinical trials

The CHAMP study is designed to evaluate how two different concentrations of an investigational drug called Atropine Sulfate solution compare to placebo drops in slowing down the progression of nearsightedness (myopia) in children.

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Atropine 0.01% Eye Drops in Myopia Study

To assess the efficacy and safety of using 0.01% atropine eye drops in reducing the progression of myopia in Omani population. Objectives To compare the effect of 0.01% atropine eye drops on progression of myopic refractive error and axial length with that in the control group. To study the effect ...

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Effects on Ocular Parameters of Myopic Eyes After Orthokeratology in Myopic Children

1.The primary objective of the current study is to investigate changes in uncorrected visual acuity, diopter, accommodation, peripheral refraction, IOP, tear film quality, corneal thickness, corneal topography, corneal biomechanical parameters, objective optical quality, corneal and conjunctiva sensitivity and choroidal thickness for children with different diopters after wearing orthokeratology lenses; 2. ...

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An Evaluation of LASIK SMILE and PRK Surgery in Physicians

The participants will have a comprehensive eye examination once they express an interest in the study. This includes a slit lamp examination of the front of the eye and a dilated fundoscopic examination of the back of the eye. If there is any pathology noted that would exclude the participant ...

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Evaluation of Near Visual Acuity With ODYSIGHT a Smartphone Based Medical App in Comparison to a Standardized Method

This study evaluates the level of agreement between visual parameters tested using OdySight, a mobile application, and standards in office methods.

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Effectiveness of Orthokeratology in Myopia Control

Orthokeratology (ortho-k), when used for partial or full correction of myopia, has been shown to slow myopic progression in children by 36-56% as compared to their spectacle or contact-lens wearing peers.1 This effect is achieved by limiting the axial elongation of the eye,1, 2,3, 4 which is of particular concern ...

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Shanghai Eye Study for Older People

Blindness and visual impairment severely impact the visual health and life quality of people, particularly the 2.566 million senior citizens aged at 65 and above in Shanghai. The main reason is uncorrected refractive error, of which, 62.1% can be solved through refractive correction. For this reason, the uncorrected refractive errors ...

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VisuMax Femtosecond Laser Small Incision Lenticule Extraction for the Correction of High Myopia

Laser refractive surgery (LASIK and PRK) has been established for 25 years to treat myopia (short-sightedness). Over this time, the technology has been significantly improved to enable safe treatment of myopia up to -15D. Improvements including changing the shape of the lens of corneal tissue removed to better match the ...

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Shanghai High Myopia Study for Adults

High myopia retinopathy has become the first cause of irreversible blindness and severe visual impairment in Chinese adults, in order to avoid the blind and visual impairment caused by high myopia retinopathy, it is very necessary to research the mechanism of early visual impairment to prevent and control damages. Our ...

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Effects of Macular Buckle Versus Vitrectomy on Macular Hole and Macular Detachment in Highly Myopic Eyes

A randomized, open label, single center study comparing the efficacy of macular muckle + gas injection versus internal limiting membrane peeling + gas tamponade on full-thickness macular hole associated with macular detachment in eyes with high myopia.

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