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BEYOND PSEUDO-ACCOMODATIVE CORNEA LASIK (PAC LASIK). A PERSONAL INSIGHT
Tjahjono D. Gondhowiardjo, MD, PhD1,2*
1Dept. of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia – Cipto Mangunkusumo “Kirana” Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia.
2JEC Hospitals and Clinics, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Laser in-situ keratomieleusis (LASIK) is a common intervention for young, active, ametropic individuals to improve their visual acuity. pseudo-accommodative cornea (PAC), a variant of LASIK, to correct ametropia among presbyopic patients is proven in maintaining good distant vision; yet, the satisfactory spectacle free reading vision is limited to the ageing progression.
However, successful treatments do not guarantee patient’s satisfaction. Assesment of the objective topographic indicators, visual acuity, higher order abrasion, and contrast sensitivity; revealed the clarification of a mild headache as a personal subjective experience after the treatment.
The role of the persistent, dominant eye, the brain perception, seems to be critical factor to a patient’s satisfaction. To a certain degree, the interplay amongst the optical part and it’s supporting tissue, within and between the eyeballs, as well as its relationship to the neurosensory parts of the visual systems after Lasik surgery have not yet been assessed and reported elsewhere.
Keywords: Eyeballs; Lasik surgery; Neuro sensory parts; supporting tissue; topographic indicators; visual acuity
How to cite this article:
Tjahjono D. Gondhowiardjo. BEYOND PSEUDO-ACCOMODATIVE CORNEA LASIK (PAC LASIK). A PERSONAL INSIGHT. International Journal of Case Reports, 2021; 5:200. DOI: 10.28933/ijcr-2021-01-3005
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