Optimization Of Refractive Cataract Surgery

Research Article

Author(s): Sana Niazi And Farideh Doroodgar*

Published: November 08, 2022

Abstract: To Achieve The Best Refractive Result In Cataract Surgery, We Need To Be Completely Aware Of Possible Concerns. It Is A Fact That There Is Not A Single Intraocular Lens (IOL) That Works For Every Patient. The Primary Motivator For The Creation Of Premium Intraocular Lenses Is Patients’ Desire For Improved Visual Independence After Surgery. Choosing The Right Intraocular Lens For Each Patient Requires An In-depth Familiarity With The Many Available Multifocal And Extended Depth Of Field (EDOF) IOL, Their Optics, And Their Effects On Visual Quality. Patient-specific Ocular Features, Such As The Condition Of The Ocular Surface, Corneal Astigmatism, Spherical Aberration, And Other Ocular Comorbidities, Must Be Assessed In A Sophisticated And Objective Manner Throughout The Intraocular Lens Selection Process. Last But Not Least, The Surgeon Takes Into Account Subjective Aspects Such As Ocular Desires, Lifestyle, Temperament, Employment, And Interests When Recommending An IOL. Keywords: Refractive Cataract Surgery; Intraocular Lenses; Customized Cataract Surgery Abbreviations: ACD: Anterior Chamber Depth; AMD: Age-Related Macular Degeneration; ATR: Against The Rule Of Astigmatism; DED: Dry Eye Disease; EDOF: Extended Depth Of Field; IOL: Intraocular Lens; MIOLs: Multifocal Intraocular Lenses; PCO: Posterior Capsular Opacification; PCA: Posterior Corneal Astigmatism; SIA: Surgically Induced Astigmatism

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