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Fig. 1 | BMC Ophthalmology

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From: A novel method for quantifying the biomechanical parameters of orbital soft tissue using a corneal dynamic scheimpflug analyser: a retrospective study

Fig. 1

Whole eye movement during Corvis test. The movies showed that when the air puff was released (a), the cornea became concave (b) and the eyeball moved backward a little. After maximal deformation of the cornea (c), the corneal deformation decreased (D), and when the cornea returned to its original contour (e), the eyeball moved forward again (f)

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