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Vision Correction Surgery (cont.)

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Media file 1: Diagram of an eye with myopia or nearsightedness.
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Media file 2: Diagram of an eye with hyperopia or farsightedness.
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Media file 3: Microkeratome.
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Media file 4: Marking the cornea prior to making the LASIK flap.
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Media file 5: Applying the suction ring of the keratome to create the LASIK flap.
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Media file 6: Lifting the LASIK flap.
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Media file 7: Graphic of the LASIK flap.
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Media file 8: Graphic of the laser resculpting the cornea.
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Media file 9: Replacing the LASIK flap.
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