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Effect of controlling optical wavelength by spectacle lenses on visual quality
Optical Review  (IF0.89),  Pub Date : 2021-04-01, DOI: 10.1007/s10043-021-00656-6
Tomoya Handa, Shuji Nakatsuka, Hirotaka Ito

In this study, the effects of selectively yellow-cut lenses on contrast sensitivity were investigated in healthy young and middle-aged individuals and elderly patients with cataract. Contrast sensitivity in middle-aged healthy individuals and elderly patients with cataract was higher when measured while the subjects were wearing selectively yellow-cut lens (NeoContrast; Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., Tokyo, Japan) compared to no yellow-cut lens. Controlling optical wavelength could provide an improved quality of vision through improved visibility.