What's New in Refractive Surgery

Hannush, Sadeer B.
April 2004
Review of Ophthalmology;Apr2004 Part 1 of 2, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p85
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Reports on the developments of the latest findings in refractive surgery. Description of LASIK algorithms; Efficacy of LASIK on average patients; Analysis of the patients who underwent wavefront-guided LASIK.


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