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Eye growth of children undergoing myopia control treatment compared with emmetropic eye growth

Augenwachstum von Kindern, die sich einer Myopiekontrollbehandlung unterziehen, im Vergleich zu emmetropischem Augenwachstum

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D. Hammond, P. Chamberlain, B. Arumugam, and A. Bradley are employees of CooperVision Inc.

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Hammond, D., Chamberlain, P., Arumugam, B. et al. Eye growth of children undergoing myopia control treatment compared with emmetropic eye growth. Ophthalmologie 119 (Suppl 2), 147–148 (2022).

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