Film 84034: Chain Technique for Scleral Fixation | ASCRS
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Film 84034: Chain Technique for Scleral Fixation
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Jiri Cendelin, MD, PhD
Producers: Nina Zelenayova, MD
Category: New Techniques
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A new technique of scleral fixation is described. The polytetrafluoroethylene fiber chain that holds the eyelet of the capsular ring or segment or intraocular lens is externalized through the sclera and conjunctiva. No additional fixation is required. This technique allows both precise adjustment of the intraocular lens and minimizing the risk of conjunctival erosion.

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