Published in Managed Care Law Weekly, March 28th, 2010
Intraocular lenses are implanted in a patient's eye after the removal of the natural lens that has become clouded by a cataract. Conventional monofocal IOLs are designed to focus primarily at one distance and do not correct presbyopia, an age-related change in vision that occurs when the eye's natural lens can no longer adjust its focal length to allow clear vision at different distances.
The TECNIS lens has also received presbyopia-correcting IOL...
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