AL measurement has not traditionally been considered part of mainstream optometry.
There are two strategies to consider for stopping atropine treatment.
Individual interventions may not result in the expected efficacy.
Results of a recent study on combining orthokeratology and topical atropine 0.01%.
Results of a single masked, randomized two-year controlled clinical trial
The real value of this study, however, lies in the follow-up findings after cessation of the outdoor intervention.
Practitioners offering myopia management need to know the effect a patient’s binocular vision status has on their management strategies.