LASIK Infections, If Treated Quickly, Can Preserve Good Vision

February 27, 2010

Infectious keratitis after LASIK is a drag but fortunately rare. In February’s Ophthalmology, researchers got great results- 93% better than 20/40, if the keratitis was treated promptly with early or late lifting/irrigation of the flap, and sometimes amputation of the flap. This should reassure patients about the safety of LASIK




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