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Cataract Surgery With Pseudoexfoliation and Phacodonesis

Brandon D. Ayres, MD, details the case of a 65-year-old man with pseudoexfoliation who had undergone cataract surgery several months prior in one eye, which led to a retinal detachment and a dropped lens. On examination, the patient had a significant cataract and phacodonesis in the nonoperated eye. Dr. Ayres showcases his surgical steps for creating the capsulorhexis, removing the cataract, and implanting an IOL in the setting of pseudoexfoliation and phacodonesis. He also shares the logic behind his decision to insert a capsular support system. To learn more, visit Wills Eye Knowledge Portal

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