New use of Corneal Tattooing to Treat Debilitating Negative Dysphotopsia after Cataract Surgery | ASCRS
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New use of Corneal Tattooing to Treat Debilitating Negative Dysphotopsia after Cataract Surgery
April 2018
Meeting: 2018 Annual Meeting
Presenters: Sophie J. Coutts, MD, Allon Barsam, MD, FRCOphth
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Permanent ink can be used for cosmetic improvement in opaque corneas. This video also highlights its use in treating dysphotopsia in a post cataract surgery pseudophakic patient, who despite having excellent visual acuity was plagued with intractable symptoms of dysphotopsia.
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This film was submitted to the 36th Annual ASCRS Film Festival within the 2018 ASCRS ASOA Annual Meeting. 

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