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cataract surgery

Cataract grading: Assessment of a New objective Lens density Quantification method Using OCT Technology Integrated Into the IOLMaster 700 and Comparison with existing methods. Panthier C, Burgos J, Rouger H, Saad A, Ganeshan D. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, December 2017

The Objective diagnosis of cataract is a major public health issue. Early cataract can be ambiguous on a slit lamp. With The objective scatter Index (OSI), the HD Analyzer provides an objective measurement of the crystalline lens opacity level by measuring ocular light scattering. However, in some instances, the light scatter can arise from other [...]

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Dysphotopsies

  The dysphotopsies include the unwanted visual symptoms that usually occur after cataract surgery with an intraocular implant. These symptoms typically include the perception of bright or dark light croissants, on the periphery of the Visual field, halos or streaks or marked spicules goshawks of light sources. Functionally, the dysphotopsies [...]

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Comparison of 3 Diffractive IOLs in 3 Wavelengths Bifocal / Trifocal/EDOF. Gatinel, Pagoulle, Gobin, Loicq J L C D. ASCRS meeting, 2016, May 10th

This paper focuses on the objective comparison of three premium intraocular lenses (IOLs): one said monofocal achromatic with extended depth of focus (EDOF), one diffractive bifocal, trifocal one rosea. All IOLs are made with year face material.     Abstract: Purpose To describe the optical performance of 3 types of face diffractive intraocular [...]

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Gatinel D, Loicq J. Clinically Relevant Optical Properties of Bifocal, Trifocal, and Extended Depth of Focus Intraocular Lenses. J Refract Surg. 20161; 32 (4): 273-80

Gatinel D, Loicq J. Clinically Relevant Optical Properties of Bifocal, Trifocal, and Extended Depth of Focus Intraocular Lenses. J Refract Surg. 20161; 32 (4): 273-80 (in French below) See here has slide show regarding some of the following material Extended depth of focus (EDoF) IOLs are designed to provide better near vision than monofocal or accommodating IOLs, [...]

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Light streaks / stripes of light

"Doctor, since I had this ocular surgery, when I go outside at night I see streams and long streaks of light across the outdoor lights everywhere I look." What is that? "This page aims at bringing some elements to better address this issue. (In french below) Definition of light streaks Light streaks are a [...]

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Cabot F, Gatinel D. cataract or crystalline clear: objective evaluation methods and surgical indication, ophthalmological realities, December 2013

This article is about the problem related to the objective definition of cataract. The current diagnostic criteria are obsolete and/or subjective, and thresholds of Visual acuity unsuited to Visual annoyance felt by patients with cataract beginner, especially when there is a large light distribution by the opacities of the lens, but with [...]

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