Despite other ocular changes that can occur in pregnant women, post-LASIK refraction appears to remain stable.
In this third of a four-part column, Arun C. Gulani, MD, continues the discussion on staged cataract surgery.
The time for refractive surgery for special needs children seems to be at hand, considering that advancements in laser and IOL technologies have been proven to be efficacious. Correcting a special needs child’s vision can reduce fearfulness and improve their behavioral challenges.
A pupil expansion device is flexible, yet stable and can easily be inserted and removed for cataract surgery procedures.