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Managing Postoperative Challenges Following IOLs Implantation


Sydney Tyson, MD, MPH concludes this series discussing common challenges that patients may face following IOLs implantation, such as visual halos, glare, or low contrast, and the means available to reduce these artifacts.


Sydney Tyson, MD, MPH concludes the series by highlighting the evolution of aspheric lenses, emphasizing the significant advancements made over the years. He reflects on the transformation from lenses that potentially worsened vision to the current era of aspheric lenses that greatly improve visual quality. He underscores the pivotal ability to choose specific aspheric lenses, tailoring them to individual patient needs. He expresses optimism about the bright future of aspheric lenses, emphasizing the ultimate beneficiaries: the patients.

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