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UGH Syndrome - IOL Exchange, 4 Point Gortex Fixated, and Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation

  Channels: Cataract Surgery | Posted 1/6/2017

This is a complicated case of a patient who had UGH syndrome for months prior to consultation with a 2.5 mm pupil. This video shows the steps needed to exchange a rigid PMMA lens without the use of iris hooks. This case also highlights the use of a 4 point fixated gortex lens. Lastly, I utilized the ECP probe for something not many use it for: cautery. I felt the need to see endoscopically under the iris to visualize the bleeding areas and I cauterized all areas of concern. Since this case, the patients vision has improved and her glaucoma and recurrent vitreous hemorrhages are resolved.

Cataract Surgery • Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation, endocyclophotocoagulation, ECP • IOL Exchange/IOL Explant • UGH Syndrome


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