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Presentation typeOB - oral
TitleIol Calculations after Previous Refractive Surgery
PurposeTo evaluate a new technique in our diagnostic tools.
MethodsThe theory of aberrometry will be explained.
ResultsIn cases of visual complaints, aberrometry goes beyond refraction and standard topographical maps: it helps us to understand why some patients remain unhappy after refractive surgery, despite of a perfect procedure and a perfect anatomical result.
Some examples will be presented.
ConclusionAberrometry is an invaluable tool for the clinician and the surgeon; however, it is time consuming, requires a perfectly trained technician, and is more difficult to interprete than corneal topography.
Author 1
Last nameMATHYS
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