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  • Contributions of foveal and non-foveal retina to the human eye's focusing response. [Journal Article]
    J Vis 2019; 19(12):18Labhishetty V, Cholewiak SA, Banks MS
  • The human eye changes focus-accommodates-to minimize blur in the retinal image. Previous work has shown that stimulation of nonfoveal retina can produce accommodative responses when no competing stimulus is presented to the fovea. In everyday situations it is very common for the fovea and other parts of the retina to be stimulated simultaneously. We examined this situation by asking how nonfoveal…
  • Compression of the Choroid by Horizontal Duction. [Journal Article]
    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2019; 60(13):4285-4291Chen JY, Le A, … Demer JL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Horizontal duction compresses the temporal peripapillary choroid, more in adduction than in abduction and more in younger than older subjects. This reflects duction-related peripapillary tissue deformation probably related, at least in part, to optic nerve tethering in adduction.
  • Bardet-Biedl Syndrome in rhesus macaques: A nonhuman primate model of retinitis pigmentosa. [Journal Article]
    Exp Eye Res 2019; :107825Peterson SM, McGill TJ, … Neuringer M
  • The development of therapies for retinal disorders is hampered by a lack of appropriate animal models. Higher nonhuman primates are the only animals with retinal structure similar to humans, including the presence of a macula and fovea. However, few nonhuman primate models of genetic retinal disease are known. We identified a lineage of rhesus macaques with a frameshift mutation in exon 3 of the …
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