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Can an asymmetrical refractive multifocal IOL with +2.0D add help to address patient's increasing individual and different demands?

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First Author: M.Rau GERMANY

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Abstract Details

Purpose:

To evaluate the optical, functional outcomes and patients satisfaction after Implantation of the asymmetric multifocal LENTIS M plus MF 20 .

Setting:

A private ophthalmic clinic

Methods:

In a prospective case study from 2016-2017 Lentis M plus MF 20 were implanted in 40 eyes of 20 patients with cataract. Group 1 had bilateral implantation of the LENTIS M plus MF 20. Group 2 had bilateral Implantation with mini monovision. Group 3 Had the Lentis LENTIS M Plus M plus MF 20 in one eye and the LENTIS M plus MF 30 in the fellow eye .The preoperative refraction, postoperative (UCVA), (BCVA) and post-op refraction, distance intermediate and near visual acuity were evaluated. Follow up was three months. Glare, halos, independence from glasses, the patient satisfaction were assessed.

Results:

All three groups achieved comparable binocular visual acuity for distance and intermediate Binocular near visual acuity was better in Group 2 than one ,. The best near vision was achieved in the third group. Binocular glares and halos were least in Group 1.Overall satisfaction was comparable between the groups. Interestingly the first group included only mean, whilst the second group were mostly woman.

Conclusions:

Implantation of the Lentis LENTIS M plus MF 20 whether binocularly, or with micro mini monovision or as a mix- and match in this study resulted in a high level of satisfaction for all patients whatever their individual needs.

Financial Disclosure:

NONE

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