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Modeling The Mechanism Of Compensation Of Aberrations In Real Eyes


In most normal eyes, the aberrations of the crystalline lens partially compensate for the aberrations of the corneal, improving the overall retinal image quality. This compensation effect appears to be larger in hyperopic eyes (Artal et al., Journal of Vision, in the press). We study here the optical and geometrical sources that are responsible for this aberration compensation.

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