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Aspheric ablation profile for presbyopic corneal treatment using the MEL80 and CRS Master Laser Blended Vision module

@inproceedings{Reinstein2011AsphericAP,
  title={Aspheric ablation profile for presbyopic corneal treatment using the MEL80 and CRS Master Laser Blended Vision module},
  author={Dan Z. Reinstein and Timothy J Archer and Marine Emmanuelle Gobbe},
  year={2011}
}
This article describes non-linear corneal aspheric ablation profiles combined with micro-monovision to treat presbyopia in emmetropic, myopic and hyperopic patients. [] Key Method The ablation profile is the Laser Blended Vision module of the CRS Master software. The outcomes presented here are for a series of consecutive presbyopic patients treated with LASIK between August 1, 2003 and March 11, 2008 at the London Vision Clinic.
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