Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute optometrists Aaron Bronner, OD, (Kennewick, Wash.) and Ami Halvorson, OD, (Portland, Ore.) discuss comanagement of cataract, refractive, glaucoma and corneal surgical cases, including surgical concepts and postoperative complications. The authors report no financial disclosures.

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BLOG: Good outcomes seen in recently approved RxSight IOL

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A recent and exciting FDA approval for the RxSight Light Adjustable Lens and Light Delivery Device has been achieved. This IOL, which was formally called the Calhoun…

BLOG: Some early postop issues just need a tincture of time

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If someone were to ask what day of the week was my favorite day, aside from the obvious answer of Friday, I would most likely say postop day. There is an air of optimism…

BLOG: There’s nothing as boring as biometry

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BLOG: Comanagement benefits patients, surgeons

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