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Refractive Cataract Surgery: Preoperative patient management

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Refractive Cataract Surgery: Preoperative patient management

With a broadening armamentarium of advanced technology IOLs, cataract surgeons have enhanced opportunity to meet individual patient goals for postoperative vision. Appropriate patient selection and counseling are still critical for achieving good outcomes. Elizabeth Yeu, MD, outlines how these issues are addressed in her practice, including the importance of managing existing ocular surface disease, establishing a partnership with referring optometrists, and using novel presbyopia-correcting IOL technology.

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