Wavefront aberrometry

Intraop wavefront aberrometry may enhance results in toric IOL surgeryFindings of a study determining the prediction error in the magnitude of residual astigmatism after cataract surgery with a toric intraocular lens (IOL) suggest that use of intraoperative wavefront aberrometry for toric power selection could enhance the refractive outcome in a large subset of eyes.
Reviewing ocular specialty testingSpecialty testing is performed for diagnostic purposes, observation of disease processes, and treatment plans
Wavefront aberrometry can improve toric IOL outcomesUsing technology in place of conventional corneal measurements and nomograms for selection and placement of toric IOLs can improve patient outcomes.
Effect of axial length intraoperative WF aberrometry measurementsResults of a retrospective analysis of eyes undergoing cataract surgery with intraoperative guidance of IOL power selection using wavefront aberrometry (ORA System, WaveTec Vision) show it has value for improving refractive predictability, especially in long and short eyes.