The Effects of Low-dose Atropine and Orthokeratology in Pediatric Myopia Control
Both orthokeratology and atropine eye drops are effective methods for myopia control, but few studies have compared them all together simultaneously. Therefore, the primary aim of the present study was to compare the effect of orthokeratology versus low-dose (0.01% and 0.02%) atropine on the control of myopia progression.
• Best corrected visual acuity less then 0.00 log MAR (minimum angle of resolution) units Cycloplegic SER of - 1.0 D or less in both eyes. An inter-eye cycloplegic SER difference of 1.00 D or more.