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  • New designs of spectacle lenses for the control of myopia progression: a scoping review 

    Lupón Bas, Marta; Nolla Colomer, Carme; Cardona Torradeflot, Genís (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2024-02-19)
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    Myopia control with new designs of spectacle lenses is a flourishing area of research. The present work reviews the effectiveness of new designs (DIMSs, defocus-incorporated multiple segments; CARE, cylindrical annular ...
  • Accuracy of a Large Language Model as a new tool for optometry education 

    Cardona Torradeflot, Genís; Argilés Sans, Marc; Pérez Maña, Luis (2023-12-03)
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    Clinical relevance: The unsupervised introduction of certain Artificial Intelligence tools in optometry education may challenge the proper acquisition of accurate clinical knowledge and skills proficiency. Background: Large ...
  • Precision and agreement of axial length in paediatric population measured with MYAH and AL-Scan biometers 

    Aldaba Arévalo, Mikel; Ochando Olcina, Pablo; Vila Vidal, Núria; Viñuela Navarro, Valldeflors; Guisasola València, Laura; Pérez Corral, Juan Enrique (Taylor & Francis Group, 2023-11-13)
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    Clinical relevance Measuring axial length is key in the field of myopia development and control. Hence, the precision and agreement of commercially available biometers is of vital interest to understand their variability ...
  • Tolerance to residual astigmatism of an isofocal intraocular lens 

    Pérez Sanz, Lidia; Vega Lerín, Fidel; Azor Morón, Juan Antonio; Cuellar Santiago, Fátima; Millán Garcia-Varela, M. Sagrario; Garzón Jimenez, Nuria (Springer Nature, 2023-11-11)
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    Purpose To evaluate the impact of residual astigmatism on the optical and visual performance of an enhanced-monofocal isofocal intraocular lens (EM Isopure, BVI medical, Belgium) compared to a monofocal one (Micropure, BVI ...
  • In vivo molecular changes in the retina of patients with multiple sclerosis 

    Alba Arbalat, Salut; Andorra, Magi; Sánchez Dalmau, Bernardo; Camos Carreras, Anna; Dotti Boada, Marina; Pulido-Valdeolivas, Irene; Llufriu, Sara; Blanco, Yolanda; Sepúlveda, Maria; Saiz Hinarejos, Albert; Batet Torrell, Óscar; Bilbao, Iker; Torre, Iratxe; Amat Roldán, Iván; Martínez Lapiscina, Elena H.; Villoslada, Pablo (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2021-05-11)
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    Purpose: Raman spectroscopy allows molecular changes to be quantified in vivo from the tissues like the retina. Here we aimed to assess the metabolic changes in the retina of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Methods: ...
  • Applying multilayer analysis to morphological, structural, and functional brain networks to identify relevant dysfunction patterns 

    Casas Roma, Jordi; Martinez-Heras, Eloy; Solé Ribalta, Albert; Solana, Elisabeth; López Soley, Elisabet; Vivó Sánchez, Francisco Javier; Diaz Hurtado, Marcos; Alba Arbalat, Salut; Sepúlveda, Maria; Blanco, Yolanda; Saiz Hinarejos, Albert; Borge Holthoefer, Javier; Llufriu, Sara; Prados, Ferran (The MIT Press. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2022-07-01)
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    In recent years, research on network analysis applied to MRI data has advanced significantly. However, the majority of the studies are limited to single networks obtained from resting-state fMRI, diffusion MRI, or gray ...
  • Dynamics and predictors of cognitive impairment along the disease course in multiple sclerosis 

    López Soley, Elisabet; Martinez-Heras, Eloy; Andorra, Magi; Solanes Font, Aleix; Radua, Joaquim; Montejo, Carmen; Alba Arbalat, Salut; Sola Valls, Núria; Pulido-Valdeolivas, Irene; Sepúlveda, Maria; Romero Pinel, Lucia; Munteis Olivas, Elvira; Martínez Rodríguez, Jose Enrique; Blanco, Yolanda; Martínez Lapiscina, Elena H.; Villoslada, Pablo; Saiz Hinarejos, Albert; Solana, Elisabeth; Llufriu, Sara (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2021-10-28)
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    Background: The evolution and predictors of cognitive impairment (CI) in multiple sclerosis (MS) are poorly understood. We aimed to define the temporal dynamics of cognition throughout the disease course and identify ...
  • Gender distribution in publishing in five leading optometry journals 

    Cardona Torradeflot, Genís; Herrera, Aitor (John Wiley & sons, 2024-02-07)
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    Purpose: To explore gender distribution in authorship and citation parameters of articles published in five optometry journals included in the Ophthalmology category of Journal Citation Reports. Methods: The Scopus database ...
  • Regularly playing first-person shooter videogames improves dynamic visual acuity 

    Argilés Sans, Marc; Erickson, Graham; Quevedo Junyent, Luisa Jesús (Wolters Kluwer, 2023-05-19)
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    Significance: This study investigated the dynamic visual acuity (DVA) in young adults that play action video games regularly compared with non-action video games players and those without regular experience in videogame ...
  • Double-pass measurements of retinal image quality in monofocal contact lens wearers 

    Torrents Gómez, Aurora; Gispets Parcerisas, Joan; Pujol Ramo, Jaume (1997-01)
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    The double-pass method is applied to determine the optical image quality in monofocal contact lens (CL) wearers. This is an objective non-invasive technique that permits in vivo testing of the optical performance of CL ...
  • How do most young moderate hyperopes avoid strabismus? 

    Neupane, Sonisha; Sreenivasan, Vidhyapriya; Wu, Yifei; Mestre Ferrer, Clara; Connolly, Katie; Lyon, Don W.; Candy, Rowan (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2023-11-14)
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    PURPOSE. Uncorrected hyperopic children must overcome an apparent conflict between accommodation and vergence demands to focus and align their retinal images. This study tested hypotheses about simultaneous accommodation ...
  • Contact lens wear and follow-up and its association with signs and symptoms of meibomian gland dysfunction 

    Ifrah, Reut; Quevedo Junyent, Luisa Jesús; Hazrati, Gal; Maman, Shiran; Mangisto, Huluager; Schmuel, Eden; Liat, Gantz (John Wiley & sons, 2023-11-14)
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    Introduction This study investigated the equivocal association between contact lens (CL) wear and meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) by comparing the morphological, functional and subjective outcomes of CL wearers versus ...

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