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This Focal Points module discusses the findings of three recent studies (Coskunseven et al, 2017; Savini et al, 2017; Tanito et al, 2017) that have influenced the field of surgical astigmatism management.
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Authors: R., Luke Rebenitsch, MD; Kasey B. Brown, DO; Cameron S. Griffith, MD
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