You Could Help Us Learn More About How the Eye Keeps its Pressure
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center want to learn more about how ciliary muscle movement can change eye pressure. Ciliary muscles are tiny muscles inside the eye that change shape of the eye when focusing from near to far objects. This muscle movement affects eye pressure by altering the flow of the fluid in the eye, thereby causing eye pressure to go up or down.
Would the study be a good fit for me?
This study might be a good fit for you if…
You fall into one of these 3 age groups: 20 – 25, 40 – 45, or 60 – 65