Ocular biometry/IOL calculations/ ancillary testing


Getting the best result for your patient starts with the choice of the right power and type of intraocular lens for them. While optical biometry has become the standard in many practices, the cataract surgeon will occasionally need to fall back on manual keratometry and ultrasound A-scan. Knowing which IOL formula to use for your patient is essential as well. The resources in this section address issues related to measuring axial length and corneal curvature as well as the choice and use of available IOL calculation formulas.

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