David Chang (Altos Eye Physicians) discusses the latest developments in light-adjustable IOLs and which patients they are likely to benefit.
1. What are the major causes of unsatisfactory visual outcomes following intraocular lens (IOL) implantation and why is there a need for a light-adjustable IOL?
2. Could you give us a brief overview of the technology behind light-adjustable IOLs?
3. What adjustable IOL technologies are currently being developed?
4. Which patients are most likely to benefit from light-adjustable IOLs?
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