SYM-9 Good to Great: Improving Our Approach to Refractive Cataract Surgery | ASCRS
July 23-27, 2021   |    Las Vegas, NV

2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting

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SYM-9 Good to Great: Improving Our Approach to Refractive Cataract Surgery

About this Session

Session Moderators: Cathleen M. McCabe, MD, Daniel H. Chang, MD, ABO

As the saying goes, “With great power comes great responsibility.” The availability of increasing technologies and options for refractive cataract surgery can put pressure on surgeons to provide correction of all refractive errors with every cataract surgery. Whether this is possible or even desirable, the mindset of continual improvement is one that all surgeons should adopt. When we are considering our attitude toward refractive cataract surgery, integrating evolving technologies, enhancing our outcomes, or looking to new technologies, the important thing is that we keep striving to go from Good to Great.

Sponsored by the ASCRS Refractive Surgery Clinical Committee


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