G. Michael Morris and Lee T. Nordan, M.D.
Phakic intraocular lenses represent the next major stage in the ongoing refractive surgery revolution. Thin, foldable and removable, these lenses can be inserted under local anesthetic as part of an outpatient procedure that is
relatively easy to perform.
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