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Supplement: Demystifying Common Misunderstanding with Refractive IOL Procedures

Supplement: Demystifying Common Misunderstanding with Refractive IOL Procedures

Results from the 8th ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey indicate that more practitioners are implanting presbyopia-correcting IOLs these days than at any other point, with a 4% rise since 2016. The use of these lenses in cataract surgery grew from 7 to 11%, which is a good increase over the years.

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