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Chirurgia refrakcyjna rogówki – przegląd technologii laserowych i metod

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Corneal refractive surgery – overview of laser technologies and methods
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Laser refractive surgery, using excimer and/or femto laser technology is surgery of the cornea, correcting refractive errors by changing its anterior curvature. The article presents briefly the first corneal refractive methods, then the characteristics of laser technology and an overview of the currently used methods of laser vision correction.
Laserowa chirurgia refrakcyjna wykorzystująca technologię lasera ekscymerowego i/lub femtosekundowego jest chirurgią rogówki zmieniającą jej krzywiznę przednią i korygującą w ten sposób wady refrakcji. W artykule przedstawiono po krótce pierwsze techniki refrakcyjne w obrębie rogówki, a następnie charakterystykę technologii laserowych. Ponadto dokonano przeglądu obecnie stosowanych laserowych metod korekcji wad wzroku.
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