Running to the Edge of the Intraocular Lens: Optic Transplant | ASCRS
Running to the Edge of the Intraocular Lens: Optic Transplant
May 2020
Meeting: 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Presenter: Antonio Arias Palomero, MD; Javier Celis Sánchez, MD; María José Domínguez Fernández, MD; Laura García-Filoso Moraleda; Fernando González del Valle, MD; Edgar Infantes Molina, MD; Laura Riveira Villalobos, MD; José Juan Valdés González, MD, MD
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Refractive error and secondary opacification of the intraocular lens (IOL) are a frequent cause of the remove of them. But in specific cases it is possible to exchange only the optic of the intraocular lens, manteining the original haptics in the bag. This surgical maneouver allows us to get the correct positioning of in-the-bag IOL, even in posterior capsulotomy cases.
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