Ocular dominance may be linked to gender

After conducting a research on ocular dominance or eye dominance researchers assume that it may be strongly associated with gender.

This study was done by Dr IIlker Eser, MD, and his colleagues involving 2,453 patients who have already gone through a process of ocular surgery. The age of the patients were ranging from 18 to 79 years.

They found that among all patients 1,650 patients were right eye dominant and 803 patients (33%) having dominance in left eye. They also found that the right eye dominance in the men is greater about 70% than in women 65%.

Ocular dominance or eye dominance or eyedness or seeing through the eye, is the tendency to prefer visual input from one eye to the other

This study is been published in the September issue of Journal of Refractive Surgery.

Source: https://www.osnsupersite.com/


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