by James Lewis MD
James Lewis, MD, a member of the Wills Eye Surgical Network in Philadelphia, reviews his mathematical model of half versus a quarter diopter with moderator Richard Awdeh, MD. Among his findings, he explains that a quarter diopter yields improved clinical results over half when 99% of your patients are within 0.50 diopters of target.
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