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Friday, March 06, 2009


Review of Ophthalmology

Some of the points from this article:

*A patient with normal sized pupils or vocational requirements that might limit them should have the Rezoom in the first eye (dominant eye). If the patient needs more help for near, then put the ReStor in the second eye (non-dominant eye)

* People with very large or small pupils with vocational requirements should go with the Crystalens HD in the first eye (dominant eye) and a Crystalens for monovision or Restor in the non-dominant eye.
People who are emmetropic or slightly myopic are difficult to make happy.

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