IOL Implantation into the Capsular Bag after Posterior Capsule Rupture | ASCRS
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IOL Implantation into the Capsular Bag after Posterior Capsule Rupture
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Chunling Liu, MD
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Posterior capsule rupture (PCR) is the most common serious intraoperative complication of cataract surgery. Proper management can minimize the damage and result in excellent vision to the patient. The key factors are careful inspection, accurate judgement, minimal further ocular trauma, appropriate choice of OVD and IOL. If possible, it’s the best choice to implant IOL into the capsular bag after PCR.
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This film was submitted to the 38th Annual ASCRS Film Festival within the 2020 ASCRS Virtual Annual Meeting.. 

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