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This non-invasive method of correcting refractive error alters the cornea’s index of refraction rather than its shape.
As technology improves, self-monitoring by patients is becoming feasible.
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Two surgeons discuss their work developing a new alternative that won’t make patients miserable.
Learn how to take full advantage of digital resources with expert advice.
Thanks to the pandemic, methods for assessing visual acuity away from the office are finally starting to get real.
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