Date: Sat 01/06/2019 - Sat 31/10/2020
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This CPD article by appears in mivision June 2019, Issue 146.
Although we do not fully understand the aetiology of pseudophakic dysphotopsia, we do know that most cases resolve on their own without invasive intervention. Reassuring patients of successful surgical outcomes, and counselling them about the risks and likely benefits of treatment if required, is important.