This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Collamer foldable intraocular lens gains FDA market go-ahead. Made out of a non-silicone material shown to be "extremely biocompatible," the replacement lens for cataract patients allows for corrections between -4 and +33 diopters and "is the only IOL that varies in length to accommodate the natural shape of the human eye," Staar maintains
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