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Welcome to the
myopia assessment quiz!
This 6-question online tool helps parents understand some factors that may contribute to the development of myopia.
At the end of the quiz, you will receive an assessment and recommendations on next steps.
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.

Quiz One


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Year(s) Old
Why does it matter?
Rate of myopia onset is associated with age, with onset at a younger age leading to an increased risk of developing high myopia.1
High myopia is defined as -5.00D or higher.
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.

Quiz Two

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Why does it matter?
The child’s sex may impact the onset and progression of myopia.2
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.

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Why does it matter?
There isn’t a definitive hereditary association but research has shown that a parental history of myopia increases the risk of a child becoming myopic.3
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.

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Why does it matter?
There isn't a definitive hereditary association, but research has shown that myopia prevalence varies based on the child’s race.2
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.

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Hour(s)
Why does it matter?
Near work at a shorter working distance or for a longer duration has been shown to be a risk factor for myopia.4,5
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.

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Hour(s)
Why does it matter?
An increasing volume of research suggests a robust relationship between outdoor activity and myopia.6
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.


REFERENCES

1. Chua SY et al. Age of Onset of Myopia Predicts Risk of High Myopia in Later Childhood in Myopic Singapore Children. Opthal Physiol Opt 2016;36:388-94. 2. Rudnicka AR, Kapetanakis VV, Wathern AK, et al Global variations and time trends in the prevalence of childhood myopia, a systematic review and quantitative meta-analysis: implications for aetiology and early prevention. Br J Ophthalmol. 2016 Jul;100(7):882-890 3. Tedja MS et al. IMI - Myopia Genetics Report. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2019;60:M89-M105. 4. Huang et al. The Association between Near Work Activities and Myopia in Children: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLoS One 2015;10:e0140419. 5. Wen L et al. Objectively measured near work, outdoor exposure and myopia in children. British Journal of Ophthalmology Published Online First: 19 February 2020. doi: 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2019-315258. 6. French AN, Ashby RS, Morgan IG, Rose KA. Time Outdoors and the Prevention of Myopia. Experimental eye research 2013;114:58-68. 7. Bullimore MA, Brennan NA. Myopia Control: Why Each Diopter Matters. Optom Vis Sci 2019;96:463-5.
 
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REFERENCES

REFERENCES

1. Chua SY et al. Age of Onset of Myopia Predicts Risk of High Myopia in Later Childhood in Myopic Singapore Children. Opthal Physiol Opt 2016;36:388-94. 2. Rudnicka AR, Kapetanakis VV, Wathern AK, et al Global variations and time trends in the prevalence of childhood myopia, a systematic review and quantitative meta-analysis: implications for aetiology and early prevention. Br J Ophthalmol. 2016 Jul;100(7):882-890 3. Tedja MS et al. IMI - Myopia Genetics Report. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2019;60:M89-M105. 4. Huang et al. The Association between Near Work Activities and Myopia in Children: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLoS One 2015;10:e0140419. 5. Wen L et al. Objectively measured near work, outdoor exposure and myopia in children. British Journal of Ophthalmology Published Online First: 19 February 2020. doi: 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2019-315258. 6. French AN, Ashby RS, Morgan IG, Rose KA. Time Outdoors and the Prevention of Myopia. Experimental eye research 2013;114:58-68. 7. Bullimore MA, Brennan NA. Myopia Control: Why Each Diopter Matters. Optom Vis Sci 2019;96:463-5.
 
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Thank you for taking the myopia assessment quiz!

Based on this assessment, the child’s likelihood of developing myopia is:What’s next:Measuring and monitoring children's eye health, even from an early age, is highly recommended. For every diopter a child’s myopia can be reduced, their chance of developing myopic macular degeneration (a retinal disease) may be decreased by 40%.7 To have the biggest impact on managing your child’s myopia, it is important to act early. Discuss and consult with your child’s eye care professional on options and treatments to manage your child’s myopia.
Make an appointment with an eye care professional today to learn how to manage your child’s myopia.Find an ACUVUE® Abiliti™ Professional
This is an informational tool only and it is not intended to be a substitute for advice from an eye care professional.