Prosthetic scleral lens can improve visual acuity as conservative measure

Bryam Roth
WASHINGTON — The prosthetic replacement of ocular surface ecosystem scleral lens can improve vision in patients seeking a conservative alternative to surgery, according to a speaker.
“We found that PROSE can improve vision in patients with a wide variety of etiologies,” Bryan M. Roth, MD, said at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, where he presented results of a study done at Baylor College of Medicine aimed at assessing the impact of PROSE use on visual acuity.
Roth described the BostonSight PROSE device as “a large-diameter

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