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Eye Disease: Cataract | Conjunctival and Scleral Disorders | Corneal Disorders | Eyelid Disorders | Glaucoma | Infections | Injuries | Lacrimal System Disorders | Macular Degeneration | Movement Disorders | Neuro-Ophthalmologic Disorders | Optic Nerve Disorders | Orbital Disorders | Retinal Disorders | Uveal Disorders

Vision: Vision Disorders | Vision Impairment (Low Vision, Blindness) | Vision Correction Surgery | Eyeglasses & Contact Lenses

Other Topics: General Eye Information | Eye Anatomy | Eye Care | Eye Loss & Prostheses

Eye Glasses & Contact Lenses

Eye Glasses:Cleveland Clinic
How to Read Your Eyeglasses Prescription:WebMD
Glasses for Children:AAPOS
Sunglasses:EyeCare America/AAO
Contact Lenses:EyeCare America/AAO
Contact Lenses:AOA
Contact Lenses:FDA
Eye Wear:MedlinePlus

Vision Correction Surgery

(Jump to: General Information | LASIK | Laser Related Refractive Surgeries | Other Refractive Surgeries | Lens Implants )

  Latest Advances in Vision Correction Procedures

Laser vision correction surgery continues to be refined and developed, and this talk focuses on the state of the art in laser vision correction surgery including LASIK, PRK and phakic intraocular lenses.
Speaker: Edward Manche, MD


General Information
What Should I Know About Refractive Surgery?:American Academy of Family Physicians
Overview of Refractive Surgery:American Academy of Family Physicians
Laser Eye Surgery:MedlinePlus

Basik Lasik: Tips on Lasik Eye Surgery:Federal Trade Commission
Is LASIK for Me?:AAO
LASIK Surgery Step-by-Step:Eye Surgery Education Council

Laser Related Refractive Surgeries
Photorefractive Keratectomy Eye Surgery:WebMD

Other Refractive Surgeries
Other Surgeries: ALK, CK , INTACS and RK:ASCRS

Lens Implants
Intraocular Lens Implant:St. Luke's Cataract & Laser Institute

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