While I cannot make a DX in this forum that is not an unusual problem with both monofocal IOLS and accommodative/multifocal IOLs. The most common cause would be residual irregular astigmatism due to the Salzman's Nodular Corneal Dystrophy. A superficial keratectomy can make the problem better but cannot restore pristine, smooth surface to the cornea. Moreover SNCD is a progressive disease meaning when you remove the nodules the cornea continues form nodules.
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Thanks for the recommendations. Any in Texas or more narrowly Houston?
Douglas Koch MD at Baylor Medical School, Dept of Ophthalmology.
Thank you for the recommendation. Is there a therapy for the residual astigmatism from Salzman's dystrophy?
Discuss with your consultant.