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Mini-monovision with a low-add multifocal IOL (Oculentis Comfort)

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First Author: N. Ardjomand AUSTRIA

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Low-add multifocal IOLs have the advantage of little side effects e.g. halos but the disadvantage of limited unaided new vision.


Ardjomand - Eye -Surgery, Graz; Austria


20 patients underwent bilateral cataract surgery with low-add multifocal IOL (Oculentis Comfort , Germany) implantation. Target refraction was plano in the dominant eye and -0,75 in the other eye.Postoperative examination included monocular and binocular UDVA, UNVA. A subjective questionnaire was also completed a the last examination three months after operation.


The postoperative refraction was between +0,5 SE and -1,25 SE. The binocular UDVA was 20/20 in all patients and 18/20 patients reported to use randomly reading glasses. None of the patients reported about halos at night.


Low-add multifocal IOLs can give very good unaidded distance and near visual acuity in cases of minimonovision and have the advantage of little side effects compared with trifocal IOLs.

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