Advanced Technology IOL Cataract Surgery Optimized for Pre-existing Corneal Disease
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Purpose of Review
Discuss the management of ocular surface disease for favorable outcomes with advanced technology IOLs.
Ocular surface disease poses a challenge for favorable outcomes with advanced technology IOLs, especially given current patient expectations that glasses-free outcomes are guaranteed. Long-established and recent techniques for optimizing the ocular surface prior to cataract surgery, combined with education and careful selection of IOLs can help meet patient expectations.
Careful measurement, planning, and treatment of ocular surface disorders can enable more patients to benefit from advanced technology IOLs.
KeywordsAdvanced technology IOL Presbyopia correcting Cataract Corneal disease Corneal aberration Ocular surface Dry eye
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Conflict of Interest
John D. Sheppard reports personal fees and other from Alcon/Novartis, personal fees and other from Allergan, personal fees and other from Bausch + Lomb, personal fees and other from KALA Pharmaceuticals, personal fees from Omeros, and personal fees from Johnson & Johnson/TearScience, outside the submitted work. Sina Vahedi declares that he has no conflict of interest.
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