This month’s case features methods for dealing with the problem of a patient with a very active Bell’s Phenomenon.
The use and design of my primary chopper to protect the posterior capsule during phacoemulsification, methods to remove extremely adherent lens cortex, and the creation of Penetrating Limbal Relaxing Incisions after implantation of a multifocal IOL are also discussed and demonstrated.
Episode 84: Pseudoexfoliation, Miotic Pupil and Moderate Zonular Laxity
An eye with pseudoexfoliation exhibits moderate zonular laxity and a small pupil that requires enlargement. The options (capsule tension ring, capsule retractors, or a manual