Myopes accommodate more than hyperopes

Imagine two eyes with the same optics that change their lens exactly the same during accommodation, but one has a larger vitreous chamber length than the other (i.e. one is myope and the other is hyperope): do they accommodate the same? The answer is NO. The one with a larger vitreous chamber length (myope) accommodates more! We show why in this article published in IOVS.

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