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The case for using a presbyopia-correcting IOL in only one eye

08:04 EDT 16 Apr 2018 | Healio

Source: Bret L. Fisher, MD
For ophthalmic surgeons, there are now many options for correcting presbyopia at the time of cataract surgery. All of these new and evolving technologies are indicated and meant to be used bilaterally in order to obtain the greatest benefit for our patients. In my practice, I have had great success with these lenses and routinely find that more than 90% of my patients report never wearing glasses after bilateral implantation of presbyopia-correcting lens implants. But is there a case for unilateral use of these advanced technology lenses?
To illustrate cases in which

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