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Successful Visual Results in Cataract Surgery for Patients with Prior Refractive Surgery

Refractive surprises are possible with any IOL, but predictability is lower in patients who previously underwent LASIK or another cornea-altering procedure. When they elect a presbyopia-correcting IOL, however, patients’ expectations are higher. In such cases, a winning strategy entails careful preoperative management of both their expectations and the ocular surface, precise corneal measurements and IOL power calculations, and a commitment to top-notch outcomes. John Hovanesian, MD, outlines the key steps for successful outcomes.

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