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Knowing the risk factors and how to select the right patients can help ensure safe refractive lens exchanges, say surgeons.
An update on the Light-Adjustable Lens and a look at a potential application for it in broadening focal depth.
Just because a patient is unhappy with her multifocal lens doesn’t necessarily mean she needs a surgical solution.
You can get a good visual and anatomic result, and avoid complications, by following these steps.
Making patients understand monovision and what to expect from it is half the battle, surgeons say.
Expert tips on how to avoid getting epithelial ingrowth after LASIK, and how to respond if ingrowth occurs.
Looking at corneal imaging data in different ways can enhance your ability to avoid risky refractive surgery cases.
This year’s survey shows surgeons becoming more comfortable with the array of options available for correcting astigmatism.
There are steps you can take before and after surgery to minimize your risk of an unhappy patient who decides to sue.
These patients will put your refractive surgery skills to the test. Here’s expert advice on how to handle them.
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