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RayOne Trifocal – first implantation at Moscow Fedorov Eye Institute


Xiao W, Song Z, Wang M

Outcomes of Bilateral Congenital and Developmental Cataracts Following IOL Implantation in Preschool Children

Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

Clinical Article

Yildirim TM, Schickhardt SK, Wang Q, Friedmann E, Khoramnia R, Auffarth GU

Quantitative evaluation of microvacuole formation in five intraocular lens models made of different hydrophobic materials


Clinical Article

Llovet F, Khoramnia R, Daya S, Barsam A, Laginaf M, Thomson P, Vizard M

Presbyopia Correction. How to choose the right solution for your patients

CRSTE Supplement, April 2021

Clinical Article

Auffarth GU

Zweilinsenkombination für mehr Brillenunabhängigkeit

Gesunder Koerper, FAZ Supplement

Clinical Article

Labor PK

Can an IOL enhance OR efficiency and patient satisfaction?

CRST Article, April 2021

Clinical Article

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