The Case of the Variable K Readings

IOL selection was difficult in this hyperopic patient with previous RK.

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The Case of the Variable K Readings

Getting to Know the Patient A 61-year-old man with a history of RK in each eye presented with the chief complaint of increasing glare and halos at night. He wore rigid ga…

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