Film 81484: Pars Plana Lensectomy, Anterior Vitrectomy and Sulcus IOL Placement Combined with Trabeculectomy in Patient with Severe Phacolytic Glaucoma | ASCRS
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Film 81484: Pars Plana Lensectomy, Anterior Vitrectomy and Sulcus IOL Placement Combined with Trabeculectomy in Patient with Severe Phacolytic Glaucoma
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Mehmet Kiristioglu, MD
Producers: Derya Doganay; Selim Doganay
Category: Cataract Complications
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A patient was diagnosed with phacolytic glaucoma. Urgent lensectomy via scleral tunnel was planned.However, a contracted anterior capsule was noticed during capsulotomy and switched to pars plana lensectomy. First, sulcus IOL was implanted and then lens was aspirated via vitrectome with sparing anterior capsule. Then, trabeculectomy was successfully done under the previously formed scleral tunnel.

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