Performing cataract surgery for a myopic patient is a pleasure because we can address even high degrees of myopia (nearsightedness) and astigmatism at the time of the procedure. These cases, however, are not easy and there are many adjustments that we need to do, starting from the IOL calculations, to the surgery itself, and even in the post-op period. There is higher reward, but also higher risk.
This series will give you a good start in learning about these myopic cataract patients:
for further learning, we have an entire category about myopia and cataract surgery: