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Influence of pupil size on measurements made with the Lens Opacity Meter 701.
  1. M P Clarke,
  2. J C Pearson,
  3. S A Vernon and
  4. J C Matthews
  1. Academic Unit of Ophthalmology, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham.

    Abstract

    The Lens Opacity Meter 701 (Interzeag, Switzerland) is a recently developed instrument for assessing cataract. It measures the degree of scatter of a red light beam by the lens. Fifty patients prior to cataract surgery had measurements made before and after dilatation of the pupil. Inconsistent results were found at pupil diameters of less than 4 mm. It is postulated that this was due to absorption of scattered light by the iris.

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