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Question:
Can cataract removal be done after a cornea replacement?

Answer:
Yes. However, the precise measurement of the power of the intraocular lens that will be inserted is sometimes more difficult in these cases, and there are additional potential complications in these eyes that should be thoroughly understood.

Answered by: Charles P. Wilkinson, MD  Dr. Charles P. Wilkinson

Categories: Cataracts, Eye Surgery

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Answered: Dec 03, 2013

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