Objective of the study was to show the mean values of correction for near vision and to discuss the presbyopic correction in pseudophakic patients. Setting was the Eye department where authors work. Inclusion criteria for 55 patients were native or corrected distant vision of 0.8-1.0 on Snellen's chart; 0,6 on Jagger's chart for near vision; round pupil and good position of the implant. Biometry of the anterior chamber depth with Alcon biophysics during distant and near vision was performed in our study. "Hi square" test was carried out and it was concluded that patients younger than 59 years (41 eyes) had median correction of +2.0 dsph, while patients older than 60 years (36 eyes) had correction of +3.0 dsph, but it was not statistically significant. There was no statistically significant difference of the correction between pseudophakic (41) and phakic (19) eyes in patients younger than 59 years. The anterior movement of the IOL was 0.18 mm in the younger group and 0.15 mm in the older group. With good IOL movement and new materials which could have changeable refractive power, the problem of pseudophakic correction for near vision might be solved.