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As the most powerful refracting element of the eye, the air/tear interface deserves a lot of preoperative attention, surgeons say.
Bilateral intraocular procedures, femtosecond cataract surgery and LASIK volumes are highlights of the latest ISRS survey.
Taking time to examine the patient carefully beforehand can help you respond to problems properly later on.
New studies with innovative indices are allowing surgeons to catch more risky corneas before surgery.
The results of several well-designed, prospective LASIK studies are shedding light on the procedure’s postop pros and cons.
A surgeon describes the SATs—surface ablation techniques—that help him get the best outcomes with PRK.
Surgeons say you have to weigh the pros and cons of another LASIK vs. correcting the error on the corneal surface.
A user of the technology says updates in instrumentation and imaging have made a difference in the controversial procedure.
How surgeons are meeting the challenge of obtaining the sharpest vision for their multifocal lens patients.
An update on the Light-Adjustable Lens and a look at a potential application for it in broadening focal depth.
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