Abstract

In prior reports, Applegate and colleagues have reported that increases in the corneal first surface wave aberrations are correlated to decreases in visual performance as reflected by the area under the log contrast sensitivity function, high contrast acuity and low contrast acuity.e.g.,1–3

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