Channels: Cataract Surgery | Posted 4/22/2016
Michael Patterson, DO, presents a complex case of a 12-year-old patient with prior globe rupture from a knife injury that was repaired 4 months prior to this surgery. Originally, the globe was repaired and some some lens debris was removed, but all of the lens material was not visible during the initial surgery. As you will see, a lensectomy was performed followed by an anterior vitrectomy with subsequent sutureless intrascleral fixation of an IOL.
Anterior vitrectomy • Cataract • Complex Case • Fibrin glue • Glued IOL • IOL Fixation • Ocular trauma • Pediatric • Rupture • Scleral-fixated IOL • TISSEEL Fibrin Sealant, glue • Trauma • Vitrectomy