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Small-aperture corneal inlay in presbyopic patients with prior phakic intraocular lens implantation surgery: 3-month results.

Huseynova T, Kanamori T, Waring GO, Tomita M - Clin Ophthalmol (2013)

Bottom Line: Three-month results showed a two to five-line improvement for uncorrected near visual acuity.The absolute uncorrected near visual acuity change for case 1 was from J4 to J2, for case 2 was from J6 to J4, and for case 3 was from J10 to J5.No significant change of uncorrected distance visual acuity was observed in all three cases.

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Affiliation: Shinagawa LASIK Center, Tokyo, Japan.

ABSTRACT
We report a series of three case reports of KAMRA inlay implantation procedures in presbyopic patients with a history of prior phakic intraocular lens implantation surgery. Three-month results showed a two to five-line improvement for uncorrected near visual acuity. The absolute uncorrected near visual acuity change for case 1 was from J4 to J2, for case 2 was from J6 to J4, and for case 3 was from J10 to J5. No significant change of uncorrected distance visual acuity was observed in all three cases.

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Small-aperture corneal inlay in presbyopic patients with prior phakic intraocular lens implantation surgery: 3-month results.

Huseynova T, Kanamori T, Waring GO, Tomita M - Clin Ophthalmol (2013)

The phakic intraocular lens eye with implanted KAMRA inlay.
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f1-opth-7-1683: The phakic intraocular lens eye with implanted KAMRA inlay.
Bottom Line: Three-month results showed a two to five-line improvement for uncorrected near visual acuity.The absolute uncorrected near visual acuity change for case 1 was from J4 to J2, for case 2 was from J6 to J4, and for case 3 was from J10 to J5.No significant change of uncorrected distance visual acuity was observed in all three cases.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Shinagawa LASIK Center, Tokyo, Japan.

ABSTRACT
We report a series of three case reports of KAMRA inlay implantation procedures in presbyopic patients with a history of prior phakic intraocular lens implantation surgery. Three-month results showed a two to five-line improvement for uncorrected near visual acuity. The absolute uncorrected near visual acuity change for case 1 was from J4 to J2, for case 2 was from J6 to J4, and for case 3 was from J10 to J5. No significant change of uncorrected distance visual acuity was observed in all three cases.

No MeSH data available.