Relationship between effective lens position and axial position of a thick intraocular lens.

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Summary of "Relationship between effective lens position and axial position of a thick intraocular lens."

To discuss the impact of intraocular lens-(IOL)-power, IOL-thickness, IOL-shape, corneal power and effective lens position (ELP) on the distance between the anterior IOL vertex (ALP) of a thick IOL and the ELP of its thin lens equivalent.


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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0198824


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