A patient with a history of refractive surgery may create a wave of anxiety in the minds of most ophthalmologists but it is the history of refractive surgery itself that has, until recently, been keeping refractive surgeons awake at night. The end of lockdown in New Zealand brought with it a collective sigh of relief as people could go out for a drink again, order Uber-eats again and consider having refractive surgery again...
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