PERIPHERAL REFRACTION AND MYOPIA PROGRESSION

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The hypothesis of possible connection between the development of myopia and peripheral refraction determines high interest to thorough examination of peripheral defocus and the influence of different means of correction on it. Experimental and clinical data, showing the important role of peripheral refraction in the regulation of eye growth, are collected in this review. The review proves that optical strategies of myopia correction with possible induction of peripheral myopic defocus are more effective in myopia progression prevention compared to single vision spectacle lenses and contact lenses.

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Sergey V. Milash

The Moscow Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases, Russian Ministry of Health

Email: sergey_milash@yahoo.com
Moscow, 105062, Russian Federation

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