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Ms Mei ZHAO

Ms Mei ZHAO
PhD

Title of project:
Characteristics of Morphological and Hemodynamic Vascular Parameters in Myopia

Synopsis:
In myopic eyes, mechanical stretching caused by eyeball elongation not only leads to structural changes but also vascular abnormalities. Extensive studies reported vascular abnormalities either from the morphological or hemodynamic aspect, the relationship between morphological or hemodynamic changes in myopic eyes remains unclear. My study aims to explore the correlation between morphological and hemodynamical parameters in myopic eyes. Besides, differences in morphological and hemodynamical parameters among subgroups will be compared as well. Investigating the potential correlation between morphological and the hemodynamic changes of myopic eyes will help researchers enrich current knowledge of myopia-related vascular abnormalities, provide a deeper insight into the effect of myopia on ocular blood supply.