Secondary intraocular lens implants in complicated cataracts

We are pleased to share our recent publication on the management of intraocular lens implants in the presence of capsular rupture, one of the most common and serious complications of cataract surgery. In our evaluation we consider implanted lenses in AC, with iris and scleral support, sutured or intrascleral sutureless. We also comparatively evaluated the inflammatory, haemorrhagic and traction complications induced by the different implants, and reported in the literature. As a result, intrascleral lenses appear to be very promising implants, providing favorable functional results with a low rate of postoperative complications.

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