A New Hope
Why certain myopic children should have refractive surgery
Deepinder Dhaliwal |
Amblyopia therapy might work well for the majority of patients, but there are cases where all conventional options have been tried – and little hope of achieving visual improvements exists. It is in these children that I think there is a role for refractive surgery, and there is some evidence supporting this approach.
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