The desired refractive outcome in this patient is the major subject of this video. Consideration of the functional visual field is extremely important, and a
A highly myopic patient requires deep sedation in order to overcome an extremely forceful Bell’s phenomenon. Methods to deal with this problem while maximizing the
A complex procedure is performed, including pars plana vitrectomy, manual aspiration of residual lens cortex, and elevation and removal of a dislocated IOL from the
A patient with a potentially problematic degree of corneal coma undergoes cataract–implant surgery with insertion of a diffractive multifocal IOL. Strategies to reduce possible postoperative
A moderately dense nuclear cataract is removed by phacoemulsification, utilizing techniques that minimize stress on the lens zonule.
After routine phacoemulsification and IOL insertion, a spontaneous opening in the posterior capsule is observed without obvious cause. A small capsulorhexis must then be enlarged to