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CME questions (circle the correct answer)
1. Dr. Yeu explained that visual acuity declines by 1 line per _______ of residual astigmatism.
a. 0.25 D
b. 0.50 D
c. 0.75 D
d. 1.00 D
2. According to Dr. Koch, surgeons achieve refractive outcomes within 0.5 D of their target refraction in _____ of their pseudophakic
3. If patients have residual error of 4.0 or 5.0 D, Dr. Tipperman usually performs _______.
c. A lens exchange or implants a piggyback lens
d. Arcuate incisions
4. Dr. Dell generally uses ______________ in hyperopes with early presbyopia.
b. Refractive lens exchange
d. Small aperture inlay
5. If you are implanting a small aperture corneal inlay or EROV lenses, what should your refractive target be for the nondominant eye?
b. Slight myopia (–0.50 to –0.75 D)
c. Monovision (≥1.00 D)
d. Slight hyperopia (0.25 to 0.50)
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