Recommended Articles in the Journal of Refractive Surgery
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Impact of Small Incision Lenticule Extraction for High Myopia on Intraocular Pressure Measurements With Pneumotonometry
This study showed that previous SMILE surgery should be considered when interpreting APT measurements because the measurements underestimate the true IOP.
Clinical and Aberrometric Outcomes of a New Implantable Collamer Lens for Myopia and Presbyopia Correction in Phakic Patients
The outcomes support that the new ICL might be a good alternative for myopia and presbyopia correction in patients aged between 45 and 55 years.
The Implementation of Glasses-free 3D Display in ICL Surgery: A Pilot Study
The glasses-free 3D group achieved similar efficacy and safety compared to the conventional microscope group and glasses-free 3D surgery is expected to show a significant advantage in clinical and medical education.
Comparison of Visual Outcomes of Two Trifocal IOLs
These results suggest that the PanOptix IOL provides better intermediate and near visual outcomes compared to the Trinova IOL and represents a good choice for patients seeking to achieve spectacle independence.
Assessment of Visual Habituation Measured With the Halo & Glare Simulator and Its Impact on Patient Satisfaction Following Quadrifocal IOL Implantation
Diffractive multifocal IOLs are a stable treatment for presbyopia and/or cataract with a high spectacle independence rate.
Comparison of Dynamic Vault Changes Following Implantation of Two Different Models of Phakic Intraocular Lenses
The Eyecryl phakic IOL showed significantly fewer light-induced changes in the central vault height (DVR) compared to the ICL, which may be attributed to the difference in the material of the two phakic IOL models.
Rotational Stability After Implantation of Two Different Phakic Toric Intraocular Lenses
Although both implants were safe and effective in highly myopic eyes, TICL rotated less frequently than TIPCL and required fewer secondary interventions.
Analysis of Wavefront Data Obtained With a Pyramidal Sensor in Pseudophakic Eyes Implanted With Diffractive Intraocular Lenses
Correcting for the longitudinal chromatic aberration of the eye when measuring the wavefront of eyes implanted with diffractive IOLs under near-infrared light only accounts for the best focus shift due to the longitudinal chromatic aberration, but not for the wavelength dependence of the diffractive element.
Corneal Biomechanical Evaluation After Meniscus-Shaped Stromal Lenticule Addition Keratoplasty (MS-SLAK) for Keratoconus
The corneal biomechanical analyses evaluated by the Corvis ST showed that MS-SLAK for advanced keratoconus is able to increase corneal overall stiffness.
Incidence of Microfolds Using a Standardized Three-Stage LASIK Flap Replacement Protocol
The three-stage protocol for flap positioning and management resulted in a low incidence of clinically visible microfolds and no visually significant microfolds.
Rotational Stability of a New Progressive Toric Hydrophobic Intraocular Lens With Gradually Decreasing Cylinder Power
The new toric IOL has high rotational stability. The measured values were better than the corresponding values previously reported for other toric IOLs at all times considered up to 3 months and similar to them at 6 months.
Analysis of Posterior Corneal Surgically Induced Astigmatism Following Cataract Surgery With a 1.8-mm Temporal Clear Corneal Incision
The authors suggest not adjusting for posterior corneal SIA if using a small caliber, temporal incision. It was not possible to predict posterior corneal SIA from preoperative biometric measurements.
Comparing Visual Outcomes of Light Adjustable Intraocular Lenses in Patients With and Without Prior History of Corneal Refractive Surgery
This article assesses visual outcomes of light adjustable intraocular lens (LAL; Calhoun Vision, Inc) implantation after cataract extraction in patients with a history of corneal refractive surgery.
Refractive Changes After Implantation of Reversed Intraocular Lens in Cataract Surgery: A Mathematical Model
This calculation demonstrates that with an upside-down IOL, there is a small refractive change in the one-piece IOL, including a toric IOL without angulation, but there can be a large refractive change in the three-piece IOL with angulation, especially using a higher power IOL or with a shorter axial length.
Visual Outcomes of Cataract Surgery in Patients With Keratoconus Using Toric and Non-toric Lenses
The Barrett Universal II, Holladay 2 and SRK/T were the most accurate IOL power calculation formulas in patients with keratoconus undergoing cataract surgery. Hyperopic surprise was increased in severe keratoconus. Toric IOLs may be considered in patients with mild keratoconus.
Accuracy of 24 IOL Power Calculation Methods
Newer formulas (Barrett Universal II, Hoffer QST, K6, Kane, Karmona, RBF 3.0, PEARL-DGS and VRF-G) were the most accurate predictors of postoperative refractions.
Total Keratometry Measured With a Swept-Source Optical Biometer Versus Anterior Keratometry: From Planning to Postoperative Results
TK compared with K measured with the IOL-Master 700 resulted in a change of optimal toric IOL in almost one-third of cases and decreased the error in PRA in patients with against-the-rule astigmatism.
Visual and Refractive Outcomes of a Trifocal Toric Intraocular Lens Implanted in Eyes With High Corneal Astigmatism
The current study suggests that use of this trifocal toric IOL in eyes with high amounts of corneal astigmatism provides accurate refractive outcomes with good distance visual acuity.
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