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Trans-sclerally fixated PC-IOLs: six year of investigations


, : Trans-sclerally fixated PC-IOLs: six year of investigations. Klinika Oczna 101(4): 267-270

To present the results of PC IOLs transscleral fixation to the ciliary sulcus in six years follow-up. 152 eyes in 3 groups: 15 eyes with primary fixations of PC IOLs, 92 eyes with secondary fixations of PC IOLs and 45 eyes with secondary fixations of PC IOLs combined with penetrating keratoplasty. Postoperative corrected visual acuity was 0.5 or better in 32.2% of cases, the most common complications in our material was CME (9.9%), lens tilt (4.6%) and increase of IOP (3.95%). Transscleral fixation of PC IOLs offers good visual outcome with relatively low rate of complications and is recommended in cases with inadequate posterior capsule support.

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PMID: 10581893


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