“Kissing Mvr Technique”: A Novel Approach for Safe and Effective Endocapsular Lens Aspiration in Microspherophakia | ASCRS
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“Kissing Mvr Technique”: A Novel Approach for Safe and Effective Endocapsular Lens Aspiration in Microspherophakia
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Rashmi SIngh, MD; Namrata Sharma, MD; Jeewan Titiyal, MD; Jayanand Urkude, MD
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Conventional techniques in microspherophakia involve creation of anterior capsular openings which have risk of extension & posterior migration of lens matter. Our approach involves simultaneous introduction of 2 MVR blades at lens equator 180º apart, helps to keep lens in visual axis, provides counter-traction for opposite MVR & reduces risk of premature extension due to thicker capsule at equator.
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