Sculpting the Pupil: Three “Subtractive" Iris Techniques | ASCRS
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Sculpting the Pupil: Three “Subtractive" Iris Techniques
May 2019
Meeting: 2019 Annual Meeting
Presenters: Samantha Schockman, MD; Michael Snyder, MD
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Techniques for pupil reconstruction are largely focused on making an enlarged pupillary aperture smaller, however an overly small or misshapen pupil can also debilitate vision. Enlarging and shaping abnormal pupils is very effective in improving vision and cosmesis in these vulnerable eyes. Subtractive iris shaping is accomplished utilizing cautery, intraocular scissors, and/or a small gauge vitrector.
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This film was submitted to the 37th Annual ASCRS Film Festival within the 2019 ASCRS ASOA Annual Meeting. 

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