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Intraocular Lens (IOL) 

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medical illustration of Intraocular lens (IOLs) are implanted to treat cataracts or nearsightedness. In this case, a Phakic IOL with two haptics is placed behind the cornea over the iris for correcting myopia, so it's considered an alternative to LASIK or PRK eye surgery. This clear implantable lens corrects vision without replacing the eye's natural lens, as opposed to IOLs used to treat cataracts, where the IOL is implanted behind the iris after the natural cloudy lens is removed.
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Intraocular lens (IOLs) are implanted to treat cataracts or nearsightedness. In this case, a Phakic IOL with two haptics is placed behind the cornea over the iris for correcting myopia, so it's considered an alternative to LASIK or PRK eye surgery. This clear implantable lens corrects vision without replacing the eye's natural lens, as opposed to IOLs used to treat cataracts, where the IOL is implanted behind the iris after the natural cloudy lens is removed.

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