I've heard that myopia has to deal with a few things, although that tidbit about insulin is very interesting.
I've heard that eyesight troubles themselves really began to arise according to region, like the asian adaption to dusty countryside over time is reportedly to have larger eyelids than other human races. Also, that it's a side effect of constant exposure to high pressure environments. I haven't read whether that is a temporary effect though. There are also some varied implications (that is no structured research but indications that seem fluent together) that light exposure of various types can cause such a condition, with a particular regard to hydration levels.
on google books, fundamentas of tissue engineering seems to suggest that insulin factor's are more considerable in tissue generation that is synthetic. and i got as much from a documentary on stem cell research although discovery channel tends to leave as much to be discovered as is forwardly stated...i spend too much time in front of idiot boxes (like this one) anywho....tasteless, I know.
i did a little further reading and eye tissue is surrounded by adipose tissue,which the aforementioned writing on google books says that there are some molecular shaping effects regarding insulin and adipose tissue. wikipedia mentions the same, under histology considerations of adipose tissue and histology is then body pressure (william james called it volition).
I guess my question then is whether or not myopia as a mishappening is similar in consideration to inflamation seen in the other organs since histology seems reay considered with inflammation, probably in all the organs, but as I've read only in the pancreas and spleen. it doesn't make sense to minimize a body function though.
there might be some good explanations in why vision excitations increase or diminish during various insulin or maybe glucose related shock states in that too because the eye is apparently a sustained entity of an organ, meaning it has a high response that was worded as 'conscious' versus saying the eye is just a portioned organ or structure of homeostability in animals and so on. so maybe adipose tissue response to insulin is like an allergy. ehow has an entry on that as well, but i'm wary of ehow on this computer. as a last comment, that bit about the eye being conscious was read from a wikipedia entry. scratch that, it wasn't in the wikipedia on the eye, the only recollection of the search from a week passed or so, that i have is that it was in regard to eye responses to color.
i also found another google book entry about pthisis (morbid anatomy), which is shrinking of the eye due to loss of fluid and that might have some bearing as evidence, on myopia and hydration levels. i can only suggest so in seeing that myopia is referenced with regard to pthisis in the search results, although the print on the book is relatively small so I'm not skimming it..
to quote: [pthisis] is admirably compact, plain, and useful, especially the paragrapbs on the treatment of preshyopia and myopia...
that publication is called pthisis; it's morbid anatomy, etiology, symptomatic... by an austin flint.
if you know about masking, as a literary phenomena (combining phonetic sounds of words together vs. agglutinative syntax that is based on character position that might not have a fluent syllable), then the title as it posted suggests pthisis (this is a histological phenomenon..); it's more than anatomy, it branches into the study of physics...physics and opthalmology, physiology. It can be a tough trick to use when reading older literature or literature that is edited (like those from orginizations), but that's what I grasped from this title.
Thanks for this interesting post very much.