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Possibilities of surgical and laser methods of correction of anomalies of a refraction

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First Author: S.Pazniak BELARUS

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Abstract Details

Purpose:

To define effective approaches of correction of anomalies of a refraction with use of surgical and laser methods.

Setting:

Eye Clinic «MTZ Medservis, Minsk, Belarus

Methods:

Research included results of 1235 operations at patients with different types of anomalies of a refraction. Were carried out - a refraction lensektomiya and laser keratomilesis at patients with a myopiya and a gypermetropiya, laser keratomileusis at children with the mixed astigmatism, implantation of IOL at patients with an afakiya. Posterior, toric and multifocal IOL were implanted.

Results:

Patients after laser keratomilesis in the remote terms of supervision had a decrease in visual acuity without correction and return of a refraction to-2,25D. At patients with a hypermetropia both a spherical equivalent +5,18±0,53D and the cylinder +1,46±0,81D the purpose refraction has not been reached in one case. In this connection 43,7 % of patients repeated operation has been spent. The predicted refraction at patients with IOL RESTOR has been reached in 84,6 % of cases, with IOL M-flex – in 92,3 % of cases.

Conclusions:

The refraction lensectomya at patients with anomalies of a refraction of high degree allows to receive high visual acuity and on the outcomes doesn't concede to results laser keratomilesis. Implantation of multifocal IOL is highly effective way of correction of anomalies of a refraction. Laser keratomilesis at the mixed astigmatism at children safe and effective procedure.

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