Cataract Surgery: Lens Extraction and Prosthetic Lens Insertion
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National Eye Institute. Are you at risk for cataract? Available at: http://www.nei.nih.gov/health/cataract/cataract_risk.htm Accessed August 7, 2003.
American Society for Cataract & Refractive Surgery. Cataract in adults: A patient’s guide. Available at: http://www.ascrs.org/eye/ptguide.html Accessed August 7, 2003.
UW Medicine Department of Ophthalmology. Cataract surgery at the University of Washington. Available at: http://depts.washington.edu/ophthweb/cataract.html Accessed August 7, 2003.
National Eye Institute. Cataract: what you should know. Available at: http://www.nei.nih.gov/health/cataract/cataract_facts.htm Accessed August 7, 2003.
American College of Surgeons. When you need an operation: about cataract surgery in adults. Available at: http://www.facs.org/public_info/operation/cataract.pdf Accessed August 7, 2003.
Last reviewed March 2008 by ]]>Marc Ellman, MD and Richard Glickman-Simon, MD]]>
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