Ocular Biomechanics

Ocular biomechanics is to study the eye as a biomechanical structure. Ocular biomechanics is important for preventing and treating vision loss. The eye is a remarkably complex structure with biomechanics involved in many of its functions. Eyes to be able to track moving objects, for example, require a delicate balance of the forces exerted by several muscles. Forces also are liable for deforming the lens and permit focusing. A slight imbalance between the forces and tissue properties may be enough to alter preclude vision. These effects might occur quickly or over long periods, even years.

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