January 16, 2016
Presbyopia is a condition that occurs approximately in the fourth decade of the life, which induces reading difficulty in near vision. The reduction in the accommodation ability in near vision in presbyopic patients is produced by internal changes in the crystalline lens. Precisely, the crystalline lens is located inside of the eyeball, which acts similarly to the zoom of a photographic camera to focus at different distances.
The loss of vision produced in presbyopic patients is one of the most frequent questions realized in the optical establishments and ophthalmological clinics. Concretely, different solutions to improve the vision in presbyopic patients have been developed, as optical and surgical treatments mainly. For example, between the optical treatments stand out the ophthalmic (glasses) and contact lenses mainly. Nevertheless, among the surgical treatments to improve the vision in presbyopic patients stand out corneal surgery techniques, refractive lens exchange or intrastromal devices, mainly… Precisely, due to the necessity to provide information about the causes, symptoms, and outcomes of the different presbyopia treatments, from ConsultoriaVisual.com we plan content marketing and social media strategies for ophthalmological clinics, hospitals, and optical establishments. Our strategies will allow that the patients know the different treatments of presbyopia from their referral health centres. Likewise, from our international project we edit contents for the diffusion of postgraduate courses and masters internationally.
References of the author:
1. Javier Tomás-Juan, Ane Mureta-Goyena Larrañaga. Axial movement of the dual-optic accommodating Intraocular Lens for the correction of the presbyopia: optical performance and clinical outcomes. J Optom. 2015 Apr-Jun; 8(2): 67–76.
2. Javier Tomás-Juan, David P. Piñero-Llorens, Ane Murueta-Goyena Larrañaga. Single-optic positional accommodating intraocular lenses: a review. Expert Rev Ophthalmol. Dec 2014; 9(6):503-514.
3. Javier Tomás-Juan. Multifocal IOLs with apodized diffractive central zone and refractive periphery: optical performance and clinical outcomes. J Emmetropia 2014; 5: 155-166.
4. Javier Tomás-Juan. Small aperture corneal inlay for the correction of presbyopia: Visual results and complications. J Emmetropia 2014; 5:99-103.
5. Mojzis P, Piñero DP, Studeny P, Tomás J, Korda V, Plaza AB, Alió JL. Comparative analysis of clinical outcomes obtained with a new diffractive multifocal toric intraocular lens implanted through two types of corneal incision. J Refract Surg. 2011 Sep; 27(9):648-57.
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