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  • Is It Possible To Be Allergic To Intraocular Lenses (IOLs)?


    Is it possible to be allergic to intraocular lenses?


    No. Intraocular lenses don’t cause allergic reactions. However one can develop inflammation in the eye if the lens is positioned in such a way as to be irritating other tissue such as the iris. This is not allergy.

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