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Controversies in Accommodating IOLs

  Channels: Refractive | Posted 10/12/2016

Steven Dell, MD, explains that advances in multifocal IOL technology and the release of extended-depth-of-focus lenses has raised the bar for the performance of accommodating IOLs. The Crystalens (Bausch + Lomb) is the accommodating IOL most familiar to US surgeons, but its mechanism of action, Dr. Dell notes, remains a subject of controversy. He argues that pure axial movement alone has limited potential for accommodating IOL designs and describes two technologies in development that use other mechanisms of action.

Accommodating IOLs


16 / 22 Series: 2016 American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting


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