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Refractive Cataract Surgery: Correcting presbyopia in the presence of astigmatism

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Refractive Cataract Surgery: Correcting presbyopia in the presence of astigmatism

Management of preexisting astigmatism is important for delivering best outcomes with presbyopia-correcting IOLs, and it can be achieved using a toric version of a presbyopia-correcting lens. Daniel H. Chang, MD, shares his approaches to counseling patients with astigmatism about their surgical options along with his experience and strategies for optimizing success using a toric extended-depth-of-focus IOL.

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