Intraocular lens

What is Intraocular lens?

An intraocular lens is a lens implanted in the eye used to treat cataracts or myopia.

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Hi, I am a 64 year. Last August I had an epiretinal membrane operation on my right eye. As a result, I needed a cataract op on the same eye, which...

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You need to go for monofocal intraocular lens similar to that of right eye

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I just had a question regarding cataract surgery. My brother just had surgery with premium lens implant. Second surgery scheduled. He has Down...

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Acry sof iq intraocular lens is a multifocal intraocular lens.

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I am looking for an opthalmologist who has experience in Restor lens. I think I would like to have my switched out for a plain IOL....

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IOL exchange surgery is last option.

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