Binkhorst Medal lecture focuses on the need to understand, manage changes produced by corneal ablation

AMSTERDAM — Corneal ablation is a remarkably successful procedure, but it produces a number of changes that need to be fully understood and adequately managed.With statement, Douglas Koch, MD, opened this year’s Binkhorst Medal lecture at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons meeting. The lecture offered an extensive review of the progress made over the years in corneal refractive surgery, the excellent outcomes already achieved and what is still needed to further improve the entire ablation process.

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