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PFC Flotation of a Dropped Mature Cataract

  Channels: Cataract Surgery | Posted 4/11/2013

Omar Barrada, MD, shares a case in which a tear forms in the posterior capsule during phacoemulsification of a hypermature cataract causing the entire lens to fall backwards onto the retina of a previously vitrectomized patient. After attempting to remove the dropped lens using the vitrector fails, PFC flotation of the lens anteriorly and subsequent removal is done, followed by ACIOL implantation.


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