Film 81762: "Help, I'm Falling!" - Saving the Dislocated or Subluxed Intraocular Lens | ASCRS
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Film 81762: "Help, I'm Falling!" - Saving the Dislocated or Subluxed Intraocular Lens
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Priscilla Vu, MD, MS
Producers: Winston Chamberlain, MD, PhD , ABO; Travis Redd, MD, MPH; Richard Stutzman, MD, ABO
Category: Cataract/Implant Surgery
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Have you ever had a lens that's dislocated or subluxed? Have you questioned whether you can save it? This is a video showcasing 3 unique ways to save a dislocated or subluxed intraocular lens without needing to explant or exchange it. We present repositioning of the lens by gortex suture, prolene suture, and haptic fixation to the sclera.

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