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1 year of presbyopia surgery with a rotation asymmetrical (toric) multifocal IOL (MIOL) including a sector-shaped near-vision segment

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First Author: D.Breyer GERMANY

Co Author(s):    H. Kaymak   K. Klabe   F. Henke        

Abstract Details


We did a prospective study of 25 patients where we implanted a (toric) multifocal IOL with a surface-embedded segment for near-vision mainly in both eyes. The optical principle is based on rotational asymmetry in contrast to other MIOLs.


Breyer Eye Surgery


Implantation of the rotation asymmetrical multifoclal IOL (Mplus, Addition +3.0 diopters, Oculentis) was done after CO-MICS through a 2.2 mm incision in about 50 eyes. Refraction, Pentacam, IOL Master, aberrometry and a patient questionaire were documented pre- and 1 as well as 3 month postoperatively.


The postoperative spherical equivalent is about +0.17 diopters. More than 90% of patients did not use glasses any more and reported less halos. In comparison to other MIOL we recognized a quicker neuro adaption and a better intermediate vision.


We mainly use this IOL in patients who work a lot on computers and are night time drivers. Therefore it became our number one IOL in presbyopic lens exchange patients. FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE?: ... receives consulting fees, retainer, or contract payments from a competing company

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