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Refractive eye surgery procedure is unimportant eye medical procedure used to improve the refractive condition of the eye and diminish or take out reliance on glasses or contact focal points. This can incorporate different strategies for careful renovating of the cornea (keratomileusis), focal point implantation or focal point substitution. The most widely recognized techniques today use excimer lasers to reshape the shape of the cornea. Effective refractive eye medical procedure can diminish or fix regular vision issue, for example, nearsightedness, hyperopia, presbyopia and astigmatism. The main capable refractive medical procedure strategy was created in the Barraquer ophthalmologic facility (Bogotá, Colombia), in 1963, by Jose Barraquer. His procedure, called keratomileusis, which means corneal reshaping (from Greek κέρας and, empowered the amendment, of nearsightedness, yet in addition of hyperopia. It includes evacuating a corneal layer, freezing it with the goal that it could be physically etched into the necessary shape, lastly reimplanting the reshaped layer into the eye. Despite the fact that this early type of refractive medical procedure (keratomileusis with freezing) was improved in 1986 by Dr. Pleasure seeker (keratomileusis without freezing)[citation needed], it stayed a generally uncertain method. Mechanized lamellar keratoplasty (ALK): The specialist utilizes an instrument called a microkeratome to cut a flimsy fold of the corneal tissue. The fold is lifted like a pivoted entryway, directed tissue is expelled from the corneal stroma, again with the microkeratome, and afterward the fold is supplanted.