Vertigo: Repositioning a Postoperative Multifocal IOL Subluxation By a Modified Cow-Hitch Stitch. | ASCRS
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Film 75729: Vertigo: Repositioning a Postoperative Multifocal IOL Subluxation By a Modified Cow-Hitch Stitch.
July 2021
Meeting: 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting
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Film ID: 75729
Presenting Author: Fernando González del Valle, MD
Producers: Antonio Arias Palomero, MD; Javier Celis Sánchez, MD; María José Domínguez Fernández, MD; Edgar Infantes Molina, MD; Sonia López-Romero Moraleda, MD; Agustín Núñez Sánchez, MD; Miguel de Frutos León, MD
Category: Cataract Complications

The video shows how to reposition a dislocated multifocal IOL. A modified cow-hitch knot is used to hook the haptic optic junction. This technique could be a good alternative to avoiding the inclination of the IOL and achieving a good centering of it, a real challenge in these cases.

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