IC-8 Understanding and Managing Patients Unhappy with Vision after Cataract Surgery | ASCRS
2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting

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Course Description
Course will present an approach to patients, particularly those with presbyopia-correcting IOLs, who are unhappy with their visual quality and/or night vision symptoms after cataract surgery. Diagnostic testing, including refraction, examination, and clinical imaging will be outlined. Refractive, medical, and surgical treatments will be discussed. Attendees will learn how patients perceive their vision and ways to asses and to treat problems.
Course Faculty
Daniel H. Chang, MD
Daniel H. Chang, M.D. is a board certified ophthalmologist who graduated with honors from the California Institute of Technology. He received his medical and ophthalmology training from Duke University and Emory University. Dr. Chang was invited to the prestigious cornea and refractive surgery fellowship at Minnesota Eye Consultants, where he was trained on state-of-the-art vision correcting techniques.
CLaudia Perez-Straziota, MD
Dr. Claudia Perez Straziota is an ophthalmologist in Beverly Hills, California. She received her medical degree from Central University of Venezuela.
Karoline Rocha, MD, PhD
Karolinne Maia Rocha M.D, PhD is a diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology and a subspecialist in Cataract, Cornea & Refractive Surgery. Dr. Rocha joined the faculty of Medical University of South Carolina, Storm Eye Institute in Charleston, South Carolina in 2014 she is currently the director of the Cornea & Refractive surgery division.

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