Light-adjustable intraocular lens in post-LASIK and post-traumatic cataract patient
Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, 05/25/2012
Rocha G et al. – The case illustrates the use of a light–adjustable intraocular lens (IOL) in a patient who had had refractive surgery and developed blunt trauma with resultant flap damage and traumatic cataract. Consistent with early reports of the light adjustable IOL, which show positive results in non–LASIK eyes, this case suggests that the light–adjustable IOL may have similar benefits in the post–LASIK eye and other complex situations.