Functional Vision in Cataract Patients: New IOL Technology and Surgical Techniques

Packer, Mark; Fine, I. Howard; Hoffman, Richard S.
April 2003
Review of Ophthalmology;Apr2003 Supplement, Vol. 10, p45
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Presents a continuing medical education activity related to intraocular lens technology and surgical techniques for cataract patients. Functional vision in cataract patients; Aging's effect on contrast sensitivity; Pseudophakic correction of spherical aberration; Surgical considerations. INSET: Untitled.


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