Dysphotopsia may be one of the most under recognized complications following otherwise unremarkable cataract surgery.
A study reviews the results, and patient satisfaction following bilateral implantation of an extended depth of focus intraocular lens.
Error in first eye can guide decisions in IOL selection for fellow eye of patients
Eye drops, drug-delivery system innovations aim to improve outcomes, adherence
Differing signaling pathways could lead to different types of cataracts in children.
Laser technology has potential to modify IOL refractive index without change to lens shape
Advancements in preoperative assessment, techniques help to enhance refractive surgical outcomes
Approach more cost-effective, considered as option for first-line therapy, suggests surgeon
Device is noninvasive, nonthreatening; does not require topical or general anesthesia