Toric IOL or LRI?

Which achieves better visual quality in an eye with 1.00 D of regular corneal astigmatism?

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Toric IOL or LRI?


Approximately 60% of patients presenting for cataract surgery will have 1.00 D or less of corneal astigmatism.1 Many of them would like to have their cylinder corrected to a…

Cataract Surgery in Patients With Vitreoretinal Disease


Cataract surgery in patients with vitreoretinal disease poses challenges for both anterior segment and retinal specialists. Level 1 evidence regarding the optimal perioperat…


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