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    Visual outcomes and incidence of PCO associated with a novel IOL

    Clinical findings indicate association with low rate of PCO and good visual outcomes



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    Dr Francisco Poyales, MD, and Dr Nuria Garzón, OD, PhD

    Dr Poyales and Dr Garzón are based at the Instituto de Oftalmología Avanzada, Madrid, Spain. Dr Poyales and Dr Garzón do not have any financial interests in Bausch and Lomb Inc. Dr Garzón may be contacted at [email protected]



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