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Pupilloplasty Post Traumatic Cataract by Seiper's Sliding Knot and Fugo Blade

  Channels: Cataract Surgery, General | Posted 3/4/2015

Dr. Eslam Ramadan presents a case of post traumatic cataract with corneal opacity and eccentric pupil shifted down with iris tissue covering the visual axis. The capsulorhexis is created with a Fugo blade, the soft cataract is removed by phacoemulsification and bimanual I/A was used to remove sub-incisional cortex. The iris is repaired with a seiper's sliding knot and enlarged with Fugo blade to centralize the pupil and clear the visual axis.

Fugo Plasma Blade • Iris reconstruction • Ocular trauma • Post Traumatic Cataract • Siepser Sliding Knot • Trauma


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