2 edition of Refraction and body-growth. found in the catalog.
Refraction and body-growth.
G. S. Pendse
by Published under the authority of and for the Indian Council of Medical Research by Job Press in Kanpur
Written in English
|Series||Indian medical research memoirs ;, no. 38.|
|LC Classifications||R111 .I55 no.38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 94 p.|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||a 58002368|
Additionally, myopia most commonly starts in young schoolchildren and progresses in early adolescence. 21 Therefore, it is most appropriate to study the effect of body growth on refractive development in young, growing students. In the current survey, we explored the associations between anthropometric indicators, including height, weight and body mass index (BMI), and both refraction and ocular biometrics in . Light: Reflection and Refraction; Human Eye and The Colourful World; Electricity; Magnetic Effects of Electric Current; Source of Energy; Our Environment; Management of Natural Resources; Pre-Mid Term Tests; Mid Term Tests; Post-Mid Term Tests.
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It is hypothesized that a risk factor such as socioeconomic status might influence both refraction and body growth (Wong et al. ). Myopia was associated with both unweighted and weighted nearwork in univariate by: NEET Biology Notes Neural control and chemical coordination Hormonal Disorders Hormonal Disorders If hormone imbalance is left untreated it can result in serious medical conditions like diabetes. If the inbalance is taking place in the pituitary glands, growth disorders are possible and will require treatment of a growth hormone., Some of the diseases due .
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The reviewer refers to the statistically significant differences in refraction between the "Untouchables" Refraction and body-growth. book the "Brahmins" presented in the book. The author is inclined to attribute these differences to genetic factors. The reviewer remarks that the author does not enlarge on the dietary difference in the two : G.
Pendse. Overall, Refraction by Naomi Hughes was an amazing read. While I went in blindly to the book I honestly think that was the best way to experience it. Again, Hughes put twists and turns in the book that I never saw coming. She wrote fantastic characters with amazing growth.
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Refraction and body-growth in SearchWorks catalog. Read the latest articles of American Journal of Ophthalmology atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literatureMissing: body-growth. study the effect of body growth on refractive develop-ment in young, growing students.
In the current survey, we explored the associations between anthropometric indicators, including height, weight and body mass index (BMI), and both refraction and ocular biometrics in schoolchildren aged 6–15 years old in Tianjin, China.
MethODs recruitmentAuthor: Sheng Ye, Shengxin Liu, Wenlei Li, Qifan Wang, Wei Xi, Xin Zhang. To the Editor —A review on the research memoir "Refraction and Body-Growth" appeared in the March,issue of the Archives, page A brief comment on some of the points raised in the.
Conversely, a study exploring body growth patterns during pregnancy and early childhood reports that after accounting for gender and ethnicity, body growth parameters including greater height and greater head circumference were significant predictors for greater AL and greater CC by six years of age.
23 Although there was a causal association between birth height, weight and greater AL, the genetic risk for height contributed to only % of the variance Author: Stephanie Kearney, Niall C Strang, Bastian Cagnolati, Lyle S Gray. 6 The lack of association in older ages suggests that body growth may determine refractive components up to 2 years of age, subsequently overtaken by visual input which brings the focal point on.
Read the November 1, issue. Vol Number 5. Univariate associations between anthropometric indicators and both refraction and ocular biometrics were identified.
Simple linear regression models were constructed to assess the effects of height, weight and BMI (as independent variables) on refraction and individual ocular biometrics (as dependent variables).Author: Sheng Ye, Shengxin Liu, Wenlei Li, Qifan Wang, Wei Xi, Xin Zhang.
Correlation analysis for school-age children's height and refractive errors. Background: During the rapid physical and mental development, school-age children, who are beginning the learning phase, have an increasingly heavy burden on their eyes.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Eyes emmetropic at the start of the study that did not undergo a refractive change > D (n = 58) during the 2-year study period had a mean change in refraction of +/- D (P = It is known that the prevalence of myopia progresses throughout school age and begins to stabilise towards late teens.
25,32 The period in the mid-to-late teenage years when eye growth cea32 corresponds roughly with the time of the cessation of general body growth, though there may be few cases of late-onset myopia and adult-onset myopia Cited by: 3.
18 (A02) 2 marks. Check your progress is a summary of what students should know and be able to do when they have completed the chapter.
Check your progress is organised in three columns to show how ideas and skills progress in sophistication. During this period of puberty, the growth of body is controlled by the sex hormones and the normal body growth becomes very slow because the sex hormones tend to emphasize more on reproductive tissues then rest of body.
The development of myopia and growth of the eye, occur at a time when body stature is increasing. Aims: To investigate the relationship of lifestyle and body growth with axial elongation and myopia development among schoolchildren aged 7 to 9 by: All of the ocular traits in chickens exhibited a normal distribution (Fig.
1; Kolmogorov–Smirnov test P > ).The means and standard deviations of the traits are shown in Table 1, alongside comparable data for the White Leghorn and broiler parental size in the AIL chickens was intermediate between the two parental lines, whilst eye size in the AIL was more closely matched to the Cited by: Axial eye growth and a myopic shift in refraction can still occur in eyes of one-year-old chickens, at an age when body growth essentially has ceased.
The same anatomical change predominates as in the eyes of newly hatched chicks, namely an elongated vitreous by: Background: Increased incidence and progression of myopia, especially in Asian countries, have been attributed to excess near work.
Topical use of Atropine was effective in controlling myopia but has got side effects and rebound effect after stopping the treatment.
Homoeopathy mentions Ruta graveolens (Ruta) for myopia with its action on accommodation. Author: Sandeep Sudhakar Sathye. Cells play the most important role in the growth of the body.
Growth in size of cells till maturity and division of cells to increase the number of cells are the key events which are responsible for the growth of the body.
Damaged and old cells are replaced .Thus, in order for an increase in body stature to be associated with a change in refraction, the growth mechanism concerned might well operate differently or separately to the system that ensures co-ordination between the ocular by: The Endocine System is made up by Glands: 1.
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