IOL calculations evolve with artificial intelligence

08:04 EDT 16 Apr 2018 | Healio

An experienced cataract surgeon has developed an intuition after having done thousands of cases over the course of many years. If you ask this surgeon about IOL power selection, you will hear many pearls that we know ring true: use the Holladay 2 for very short axial lengths, for longer axial lengths look at the SRK/T formula and choose a higher power to avoid residual hyperopia, if the keratometry values are unusual then avoid the SRK/T and choose the lowest keratometry power in the central zone, the Hoffer Q formula tends to work better in shorter eyes, the Haigis formula is useful for

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