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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 (68) clinical trials

Comparison of Next Generation Laser Techniques of Myopia Correction: iDesign vs. SMILE

iDesign is a promising new technique to treat myopia with astigmatism using ocular aberrations measured with a high resolution wavefront sensor.[1,2] Early studies with iDesign platform has established its safety and efficacy in correction of myopia with fewer patients reporting night vision problems.[1,2] In keratoconus, iDesign has also provided excellent ...

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A Study of a New Surgical Treatment of Macular Hole Retinal Detachment in High Myopia

This study uses a new surgical method (vitrectomy combined with inverted internal limiting membrane insertion and intraocular sterilized air tamponade) to assess its effectiveness and safety on the prognosis of macular hole retinal detachment secondary to high myopia, and also compares this new type of surgery with the current commonly ...

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Effect of Plum-blossom Needle vs. Tropicamide Eye Drops on Juvenile Myopia

Plum-blossom needle is a historical treatment technology of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has been applied to ophthalmic diseases, such as myopia and glaucoma, for nearly one hundred years.

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Eye Drops Study for Myopia Control in Schoolchildren

Myopia onset earlier in children who would suffer a high degree of myopia in the future adulthood.and higher risk for retinal detachment, macular degeneration, and even blindness. In Taiwan, myopia macular degeneration is the first place of irreversible blind cause in the elderly. The evidence based medicine shows atropine is ...

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Comparison Between FS- LASIK and FS-SMILE for Correction of Myopia and Myopic Astigmatism

Rationale and Background LASIK (laser in situ keratomileusis) is a surgical procedure designed to correct refractive errors. LASIK involves creating a corneal flap using a microkeratome followed by reshaping the cornea using an excimer laser to remove tissue from the underlying stromal bed and then replacing the corneal flap. LASIK ...

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Efficacy Study of Different Lens Treatments on Chinese Adolescent Myopia

Different lens treatments include normal spectacle lens, orthokeratology, and Myovision (a specially designed spectacle lens commercially available with peripheral defocus controlled as relative myopia). This study is to evaluate the efficacy of these three methods in controlling myopia progression. Until now, there is no sufficient clinical evidences to compare different ...

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The Relationship Between Structure and Visual Function in Myopia Foveoschisis

Macular foveoschisis (MF) is a common complication of pathological myopia, which is characterized by choroid-retinal degeneration and vision impairment. Although pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) is the primary method for MF treatment, there is still a large proportion of recurrent MF due to the extremely long global axial length and posterior ...

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Influence of Posterior Vitreous Detachment on Retinal Detachment After Lens Surgery in Myopic Eyes

Phacoemulsification with implantation of posterior chamber lenses represents the gold standard of care for patients needing lens surgery, but there is an increased risk of developing pseudophakic retinal detachment after surgery. Especially myopic patients have an even higher risk of pseudophakic retinal detachment compared to the general population. The aim ...

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The Use of Atropine 0.01% in the Prevention and Control of Myopia (ATOM3)

High risk children (with family history of myopia) with low hyperopia or low myopia will be randomized to atropine or placebo, with 2 -2.5 year treatment and 1 year washout.

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Randomized Non-inferiority Trial Comparing SMILE and LASIK

Surgical correction for refractive errors may be performed by a number of procedures. Laser correction involves procedures such as EpiLASIK, LASIK or conductive keratoplasty, while lens based corrections involve the use of phakic intra-ocular lenses. Despite the emergence of other procedures, due to its fast visual rehabilitation and painless postoperative ...

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