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Floppy Iris Syndrome

Channels: Cataract Surgery

John Kanellopoulos, MD, presents a cataract procedure in patient with a non-dilating pupil and floppy iris syndrome. While making the capsulorhexis, the part of the iris gets trapped in the wound. In order to achieve adequate visualization and operating space, iris hooks are placed in a hexagonal pattern.

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