1 December 2011 Ray-tracing optical modeling of negative dysphotopsia
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Negative dysphotopsia is a relatively common photic phenomenon that may occur after implantation of an intraocular lens. The etiology of negative dysphotopsia is not fully understood. In this investigation, optical modeling was developed using nonsequential-component Zemax ray-tracing technology to simulate photic phenomena experienced by the human eye. The simulation investigated the effects of pupil size, capsulorrhexis size, and bag diffusiveness. Results demonstrated the optical basis of negative dysphotopsia. We found that photic structures were mainly influenced by critical factors such as the capsulorrhexis size and the optical diffusiveness of the capsular bag. The simulations suggested the hypothesis that the anterior capsulorrhexis interacting with intraocular lens could induce negative dysphotopsia.
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Xin Hong, Xin Hong, Yueai Liu, Yueai Liu, Mutlu Karakelle, Mutlu Karakelle, Samuel Masket, Samuel Masket, Nicole R. Fram, Nicole R. Fram, } "Ray-tracing optical modeling of negative dysphotopsia," Journal of Biomedical Optics 16(12), 125001 (1 December 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3656745 . Submission:


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