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Intrascleral Posterior Chamber IOL Fixation

  Channels: Cataract Surgery | Posted 3/3/2009

As an alternative to transscleral suturing or gluing, Gabor Scharioth, MD, and Diego de Ortueta, MD, employ their sutureless technique for sulcus fixation of a posterior chamber IOL using permanent incarceration of the haptics in a scleral tunnel parallel to the limbus. This technique facilitates successful repositioning of dislocated and subluxated PCIOLs and minimizes intraoperative maneuvers, thereby reducing the risk of intraoperative trauma.

Click here to read the article from Gabor B. Scharioth, MD; and Diego de Ortueta, MD, FEBO, in Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today Europe.


Click here to read the article from Gabor B. Scharioth, MD; and Diego de Ortueta, MD, FEBO, in Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today Europe.

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