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Biomaterials for the Manufacture of IOLs and Related Complications

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Title: Biomaterials for the Manufacture of IOLs and Related Complications
Author: Liliana Werner, MD, PhD, Moran Eye Center, University of Utah
Date: 04/02/2018
Keywords/Main Subjects: IOL; materials; intraocular lens; acrylic; silicone; PMMA; rigid; foldable; hydrophilic; hydrophobic; calcification; toxic anterior segment syndrome; TASS; glistenings; snowflake degeneration
Diagnosis: None
Brief Description: A discussion of the available types of biomaterials used to make intraocular lenses, and potential complications related to the biomaterials.
Format: .mp4
Series: Moran Eye Center Resident Lectures
Identifier: Moran_CORE_25105
Copyright statement: Copyright 2018. Please see terms of use page for more information.