Predictions of outcomes from cataract surgery in elderly persons.

@article{Miller1988PredictionsOO,
  title={Predictions of outcomes from cataract surgery in elderly persons.},
  author={Stephen T. Miller and Marshall J Graney and J T Elam and William B. Applegate and J. M. Freeman},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={1988},
  volume={95 8},
  pages={1125-9}
}
To determine how well visual outcomes of cataract surgery can be predicted from acuity estimations by visual instruments and an ophthalmologist, the authors compared predictions of postsurgical visual acuity with the measured acuity at 4 months in 82 elderly persons. Comparisons were made between the potential acuity meter (PAM), laser interferometer (LI), and an ophthalmologist, who predicted the final vision before surgery using screening visual information, including PAM, LI data, and… CONTINUE READING