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Supplement: The Future of Refractive Surgery - Lenticule Extraction, Phakic IOLs and Beyond

Supplement: The Future of Refractive Surgery - Lenticule Extraction, Phakic IOLs and Beyond

The 7-year ESCRS clinical data trend show that after a substantial decrease from 2016 until 2020, the number of corneal refractive surgeries has been gradually increasing in the last 3 years. Since 2020, and post-COVID, the volume of corneal refractive surgery has increased by an average of 26 procedures annually.

Independent medical education supported by Johnson & Johnson Vision, STAAR Surgical, and Zeiss.

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