IC-326 How Much Should a Cataract Surgeon Know about Corneal Optics | ASCRS
IC-326 How Much Should a Cataract Surgeon Know about Corneal Optics
May 2023
Meeting: 2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Course Instructor: Pooja Khamar, MD, PhD
Co-Instructors: Rohit Shetty, FRCS; Rudy M. Nuijts, MD, PhD; Damien Gatinel, MD, PhD; Mazen M Sinjab, MD, FRCOphth, MSc, PhD, ABO
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Course Description
This lecture will highlight the role of tear film, corneal biomechanics, and topography in cataract surgery. Topics will range from planning for post-refractive surgery patients, regularization, biometry of irregular corneas, impact of higher order aberrations, and posterior corneal astigmatism in cataract surgery. Attendees will learn from illustrations and case examples to incorporate these simple tools into their premium cataract practice.

Educational Objective
Use a systematic approach to improve patient care and/or clinical results

2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting Instructional Courses

This 1.5 hour Instructional Course was recorded at the 2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting in San Diego, California, on May 5-8, 2023. 

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