Ranges and standard deviations were very large in relation to the mean values.
Under physiological near-point stimulation, however, no shift was seen at all.
If you have a cataract, you'll see an ophthalmologist. He'll probably tell you it's best to wait to remove the cataract until it starts to affect your daily life.
He can do the surgery at a hospital or an outpatient clinic. It's rare after an intraocular lens implant, but you might notice bleeding or get an infection. More serious risks include: You may also get an after-cataract anywhere from weeks to years after surgery.
Prevention of fibrotic capsular contraction is crucial, and it has been effectively counteracted with a special capsular tension ring, or lens fixation technique, together with capsule polishing.
Lens refilling has been extensively studied in the laboratory and in primates.
This can make vision blurry all over, not just close up or far away.
This lens lessens astigmatism so you won't need glasses to correct it after your surgery.
True pseudophakic accommodation with a change of overall refractive power of the eye may be induced either by an anterior shift or a change in curvature of the lens optic.
Passive-shift lenses were designed to move forward under ciliary muscle contraction.
Mean axial shift from laser interferometric measurements under stimulation with pilocarpine showed a moderate anterior shift with the 1CU, while the AT-45 paradoxically exhibited a small posterior shift.