Refraction can avoid unnecessary yag capsulotomy. Only when a refraction doesn't improve the vision assuming no other ocular pathology is yag laser capsulotomy indicated. It usually is the physician that doesn't first eliminate a refractive error as the cause of reduced visual acuity before performing yag capsulotomy is possibly doing unnecessary surgery.
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