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Pupillary behavior in relation to wavelength and age

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Lobato Rincón, Luis-Lucio y Cabanillas Campos, María del Carmen y Bonnin Arias, Cristina y Chamorro Gutiérrez, Eva y Sanchez Ramos, Celia y Murciano Cespedosa, Antonio (2014) Pupillary behavior in relation to wavelength and age. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8 (1). ISSN 1662-5161

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URL Oficial: http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00221




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Pupil light reflex can be used as a non-invasive ocular predictor of cephalic autonomic nervous system integrity. Spectral sensitivity of the pupil's response to light has, for some time, been an interesting issue. It has generally, however, only been investigated with the use of white light and studies with monochromatic wavelengths are scarce. This study investigates the effects of wavelength and age within three parameters of the pupil light reflex (amplitude of response, latency, and velocity of constriction) in a large sample of younger and older adults (N = 97), in mesopic conditions. Subjects were exposed to a single light stimulus at four different wavelengths: white (5600° K), blue (450 nm), green (510 nm), and red (600 nm). Data was analyzed appropriately, and, when applicable, using the General Linear Model (GLM), Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD), Student's t-test and/or ANCOVA. Across all subjects, pupillary response to light had the greatest amplitude and shortest latency in white and green light conditions. In regards to age, older subjects (46-78 years) showed an increased latency in white light and decreased velocity of constriction in green light compared to younger subjects (18-45 years old). This study provides data patterns on parameters of wavelength-dependent pupil reflexes to light in adults and it contributes to the large body of pupillometric research. It is hoped that this study will add to the overall evaluation of cephalic autonomic nervous system integrity.


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Received: 26 August 2013; Accepted: 28 March 2014;Published online: 22 April 2014.
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Palabras clave:Aging; Mesopic conditions; Ocular predictor; Pupil light reflex; Pupillometry; Wavelength; Autonomic nervous system
Materias:Ciencias Biomédicas > Medicina > Fisiología
Ciencias Biomédicas > Medicina > Neurociencias
Ciencias Biomédicas > Óptica y optometría > Optometría
Ciencias Biomédicas > Óptica y optometría > Óptica oftálmica
Ciencias Biomédicas > Óptica y optometría > Anatomía ocular
Código ID:38656
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