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An Evaluation of LASIK, SMILE and PRK Surgery in Physicians
The principle investigator is evaluating self-reported quality of vision and quality of life in physicians undergoing LASIK, SMILE and PRK surgery.
Stanford is currently accepting patients for this trial.
- Behavioral: Questionnaire (QoV questionnaire)
- 21 years or older.
- A physician or medical student.
- Have the ability to give informed consent.
- Speak and read English fluently.
- Have not previously had any form of refractive surgery, including prior LASIK or
- May benefit from increased spectacle independence.
- Have been determined to be a good candidate for the LASIK, SMILE or PRK procedure
based on the investigator's assessment of medical and ophthalmic health, general
cognitive function, and physical and social limitations.
- Have a treatment target of bilateral emmetropia.
- Express willingness and potential ability to return for all follow-up examinations
through the 12-month follow-up exam under the care of the treating investigator.
- Are not enrolled in any other research study.
- Subjects under the age of 21.
- Patients with excessively thin corneas.
- Patients with topographic evidence of keratoconus.
- Patients with ectatic eye disorders.
- Patients with autoimmune diseases.
- Patients who are pregnant or nursing.
Ages Eligible for Study
21 Years - 62 Years
Genders Eligible for Study