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Today's cataract surgeon has adopted noncontact optical
biometry as the standard of care in performing IOL calculations.
While modern formulae incorporate multiple variables as part
of their calculations, Axial Length and Keratometry readings
continue to be the inputs that are most influential in determining
IOL power. Some of the newer generation formulas such as
Holladay 2 and Olsen now incorporate more elements to help
increase accuracy.
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