A patient receives a rigid IOL whose focus cannot be changed-it is designed to provide clear vision of objects at infinity. The patient will use corrective contacts to allow for close vision. Should the refractive power of the corrective contacts be positive or negative?

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A patient receives a rigid IOL whose focus cannot be changed-it is designed to provide clear vision of objects at infinity. The patient will use corrective contacts to allow for close vision. Should the refractive power of the corrective contacts be positive or negative?

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