Film 101278 Toric 90-Degree Surprise Rotation | ASCRS
Film 101278 Toric 90-Degree Surprise Rotation
April 2024
Meeting: 2024 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Authors: Carolina Cessio, MD; Rosina Cessio, MD; Maria Fornella, MD; Bernardo Paulo, MD
Category: Cataract/Implant Surgery
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We present a case report of a high myopic patient with a toric intraocular lens 90-degree rotation at one month post-op. Surgery was performed to rotate the lens using a visco-dissection technique with a 27-gauge needle. We highlight this technique as particularly useful in cases where the first intervention has been several weeks before repositioning and capsular adherence might be problematic.

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