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Neural Adaptation in Patients Implanted Bilateraly With Two Different Multifocal Iols


Implanting two different multifocal IOLs, one refractive and the other diffractive, in the two eyes of a patient is a widely used surgical approach. It is often referred as mix-and-match and appears to provide patients with reasonable quality of vision for both distance and near objects. Some clinical experience suggests that visual performance in these patients tends to improve with time. The underlying causes of this improvement, with special emphasis in the possible role of neural adaptation, are evaluated.

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