New accommodating IOL technologies set to expand presbyopia-correction options

Hovanesian, John A.
February 2011
Ocular Surgery News;2/25/2011, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p20
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the insights of John A . Hovanesian, Cornea/External Disease Board of the periodical "Ocular Surgery News (OSN)" regarding various intraocular lens (IOL) technologies which are approval or in development.


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