Prevalence of variation in predicted refraction between different intraocular lens formulae
Keywords: IOL calculation formulae
Variations of 0.5 D in predicted refraction between the different intraocular lens (IOL) calculation formulae may occur in 19.4% cases. This has implications when reporting refractive surprise. It also shows that it is beneficial to consider more than one IOL formula when choosing IOL power for cataract surgery.
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Ong, K., & Feng, L. (2018). Prevalence of variation in predicted refraction between different intraocular lens formulae. Asian Journal of Ophthalmology, 16(2), 60-61. https://doi.org/10.35119/asjoo.v16i2.389
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