TITLE

Vitamins may reduce postop astigmatism

AUTHOR(S)
Overmeyer, Robert H.
PUB. DATE
April 1995
SOURCE
Ophthalmology Times;4/10/95, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p26
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the results of a study conducted by doctor Matthew D. Paul and colleagues to determine whether vitamin supplements can speed healing and reduce postoperative astigmatism in patients undergoing cataract surgery. Analysis of 50 patients who have undergone sutured or sutureless cataract surgery; Plan to repeat the study with small-incision surgery.
ACCESSION #
9505030928

 

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