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The Latest in Refractive Cataract: 20/Happy in 2020

The  ASCRS master class in refractive cataract surgery

Earn 18 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ by participating in this exciting new program.

The live bi-weekly program features 80 of the leading international experts as faculty guiding you through a comprehensive curriculum through which attendees can improve all dimensions of their refractive IOL surgical practice.

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Practical Guides for the Cataract Surgeon

ASCRS Focus on Cataract provides one location where ASCRS members can find a wealth of education on specific cataract surgical techniques and complications. Explore the latest cataract topics below.

Light Adjustable Lens

In the October 2020 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a variety of resources on the light adjustable lens, which can be adjusted in the eye postoperatively in order to optimize refractive outcomes for difficult cases.

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Surgical Management of Hard Cataracts

In the September 2020 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a variety of resources on the management of hard cataracts in order to minimize your chance of surgical complications.                                                               

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IOL Exchange

In the August 2020 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore a variety of resources focused on when to perform an IOL exchange as well as the surgical techniques associated with IOL exchange.                                                               

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Capsular Support: Rings, Hooks, and More

In the July 2020 ASCRS Focus on Cataract Surgery, explore educational resources about the variety of capsular support devices available to today's cataract surgeon.                              

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ASCRS Clinical Committee Report

Medical and surgical management of the small pupil during cataract surgery

As cataract surgery continues to evolve, the intraoperative small pupil continues to pose challenges to even the most experienced cataract surgeon. Several steps can be taken preoperatively to decrease the chance of intraoperative miosis. Even so, the problem of miosis during cataract surgery remains a relatively common occurrence.

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