Let us be more specific, topical antibiotics after cataract surgery are not necessary, according to Alexander James Silvester, MBCHB, as long as surgeons tick off all the boxes on the safety check list.
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Dislocation, decentration remain common issues; Accurate measurements, solid techniques can help
Early identification, aggressive treatment critical; when to consider surgical intervention
Different steps may be needed during the perioperative period to ensure the best outcomes for patients.
A new class of IOL technology (EyeMax Mono) is tailored for patients with dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD).