Refractive Lens Surgery

Refractive Lens Surgery
Springer; 1 edition | August 1, 2005 | ISBN-10: 3540227164 | 244 pages | File type: PDF | 6.1 mb

Surgeons must meet the challenges of understanding and implementing the new technology for pseudophakia if they are to ride the coming demographic tidal wave of baby boomers desiring excellent vision without relying on spectacles. Refractive Lens Surgery represents a compilation of the best cutting edge practices for achieving success with refractive lens exchange. From mastering biometry and lens power calculations in eyes that have had prior keratorefractive surgery to learning the latest micro incision lens extraction techniques, this well known group of authors will take you step by step into the exciting new world of intraocular lens technology. Refractive Lens Surgery will serve as both a text book and a reference guide to this exciting and rapidly growing segment of ophthalmology, an invaluable resource that makes sense of the myriad new developments in this field.

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