FNU Eye Surgery Research Assignment

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I need 3-4 pages Research ,reviews ,recent news items with proper quotes and dates

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School: New York University

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Running head: EYE SURGERY

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Successful Visual Acuity Restoration following a Multifocal Laser Ablation
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EYE SURGERY

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Successful Visual Acuity Restoration following a Multifocal Laser Ablation
Millions of people undergo eye surgery each year in the United States. With the
introduction of LASIK in the 1990s, many people aged between 20 and 40 underwent eye
LASIK surgery in the 1990s as the technology was highly embraced among many people with
eye problems. It is noteworthy that cataract procedure is the commonest eye surgery in the
United States. Apparently, cataracts and presbyopia is a condition that mainly affects persons of
ages 60 years and above. Therefore, the people who conducted LASIK procedure in the 1990s
are the risk of getting cataracts and presbyopia but could highly wish to remain spectacle free to
enable them manage most of their activities with much independence of the spectacles thus
deciding to undergo refractive surgery. Presumably, these patients would wish to have a PCIOL
(Presbyopia Correcting Intraocular Lens) procedure. However, the existing data presents very
limited chances of successful visual restoration with PCIOL implantation procedure among
patients who had previously undergone refractive laser surgery. In fact, there exists no published
report regarding the application of accommodative and broad focus and the ERV-IOLs
(Extended Range Vision-Intraocular Lenses). This paper explicates a successful ERV-IOL
TECNIS Symfony implantation at Abbott Medical Optics in California, USA. The surgery
involved a 46 years old male patient who had previously undergone multifocal ablation laser
surgery.
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The successful surgery with ERV-IOL procedure
a. Mulifocal IOL implantation
b. Mypic LASIK
c. Extended Range Vision IOL
The symphony EVR-IOL
The EVR Symfony IOL procedure
Candidates for the discussed procedure
a. Presbyopia
b. Astigmatism
Signs and symptoms of Presbyopia

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References
Black, S. (2016). Successful restoration of visual acuity with an extended range of vision
intraocular lens after multifocal laser ablation. Case reports in ophthalmology, 7(3), 471475.
Hamid, A., & Sokwala, A. (2016). A more natural way of seeing: visual performance of three
presbyopia correcting intraocular lenses. Open Journal of Ophthalmology, 6(03), 176183.
Lindstrom, R. L., MacRae, S. M., Pepose, J. S., & Hoopes, P. C. (2013). Corneal inlays for
presbyopia correction. Current Opinion in Ophthalmology, 24(4), 281-287.
McNamara, D. (2016). Extended-Range Intraocular Lens Improves Visual Acuity. Retrieved
from: Https://medscape.com/wiewarticle/863185
Monaco, G., Gari, M., Di Censo, F., Poscia, A., Ruggi, G., & Scialdone, A. (2017). Visual
performance after bilateral implantation of 2 new presbyopia-correcting intraocular
lenses: Trifocal versus extended range of vision. Journal of Cataract & Refractive
Surgery, 43(6), 737-747.
Pedrotti, E., Bruni, E., Bonacci, E., Badalamenti, R., Mastropasqua, R., & Marchini, G. (2016).
Comparative analysis of the clinical outcomes with a monofocal and an extended range
of vision intraocular lens. Journal of Refractive Surgery, 32(7), 436-442.
Saraiva, J., Neatrour, K., Waring, I. V., & George, O. (2016). Emerging technology in refractive
cataract surgery. Journal of ophthalmology, 2016.
Villegas, E. A., Alcón, E., Mirabet, S., Yago, I., Marín, J. M., & Artal, P. (2014). Extended depth
of focus with induced spherical aberration in light-adjustable intraocular lenses.
American journal of ophthalmology, 157(1), 142-149.
Weeber, H. A., Meijer, S. T., & Piers, P. A. (2015). Extending the range of vision using
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Running head: EYE SURGERY

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Successful Visual Acuity Restoration following a Multifocal Laser Ablation
Student’s Name
Professor’s Name
Course
Date

EYE SURGERY

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Successful Visual Acuity Restoration following a Multifocal Laser Ablation
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