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Validation of a spectral light scattering method to differentiate large from small particles in intraocular lenses

Publication year 2017
Published in Biomedical Optics Express
Authors Grzegorz Łabuz, Eleni Papadatou, Fernando Vargas-Martín, Norberto López-Gil, Nicolaas J Reus, T.J.T.P. van den Berg

A psychophysical approach has been designed to measure straylight from intraocular lenses (IOLs) in vitro. This approach uses a clinical straylight meter (C-Quant) and an observer’s eye as optical detector. Based on this, we introduced a method for study of straylight-wavelength dependency for IOLs. This dependency can be used to distinguish between 2 types of scattering particles (small and large) as defined by Mie theory. Validation was performed using a turbidity standard and scattering filters. Several IOLs were analyzed to identify potential scattering sources. Large particles were found to predominate in scattering from the studied lenses. This was confirmed by straylight-angular dependency found in these IOLs.

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