Author(s): Smith G, Cox MJ, Calver R, Garner LF
Abstract Share this page
Abstract The in vivo spherical aberration of the lenses of 26 subjects was estimated from the measured total aberration of the eye and that predicted from the measured shape of the anterior corneal surface. Since it was only possible to estimate the aberration contribution from the posterior corneal surface, its value led to an uncertainty in the final aberration level of the lens. For all the subjects and for a wide range of possible aberration levels at the posterior corneal surface, the spherical aberration of the relaxed lens was found to be negative.
This article was published in Vision Res
and referenced in Journal of Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology