Comparison of change in accommodative lag and accommodative microfluctuations with visual fatigue
Various factors especially different components of accommodation have been used to assess visual fatigue. Studies1,2 have demonstrated positive correlation between accommodative lag and visual fatigue. Also, it is shown that accommodative microfluctuations, particularly the low-frequency component increases with visual fatigue 3,4,5. Therefore, this study aims to identify the most reliable indicator for visual fatigue among accommodative lag and accommodative microfluctuations, when measured simultaneously.