implantable collamer lens

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implantable collamer lens

Abbreviation: ICL
An artificial lens that can be inserted between the cornea and a patient's own lens, used to correct severe nearsightedness.
See also: lens
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In addition, ICL is likely to be affected by changes in the demand and price environment for its products as well as the cost of shipping and energy, whether caused by actions of governments, manufacturers or consumers.
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Dougherty has no financial interest in the ICL, nor is he a consultant for the manufacturer.
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At no time did ICL receive a proposal or offer regarding a merger transaction, nor was it in any way involved in any discussions with PCS regarding such a transaction.
Previously, ICL supplied customers with pilot quantities to conduct testing and evaluation processes.
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