ASCRS survey LASIK continues to be predominant

May 1, 2003
Richard J. Duffey, MD

Refractive surgeon in the Premier Medical Eye Group, Mobile, AL.

Julia Talsma

San Francisco-LASIK continues to be the predominant refractive procedure for treating patients with refractive errors ranging from +3 to -9 to -10 D, according to Richard J. Duffey, MD, who presented the results of the 2002 ASCRS survey of U.S. trends in refractive sur-gery.