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To present visual outcomes and complications of Yamane Intrascleral Haptic Fixation.
150 eyes of patients who underwent Yamane ISHF by one Cornea/anterior segment surgeon. Indications for surgery were aphakia, dislocated IOL, or subluxated crystalline lens. Data was collected for eyes with minimum 12 months follow up.
Mean BCVA improved from 0.51 pre-operatively to 0.22, 0.21, 0.18, 0.17 logMAR units on day one, 3, 6 and 12 months, (p<0.001 for all time points). Complications included ocular hypertension 5 eyes (3.3%), vitreous hemorrhage in 3.3%, CME in 5 eys 3.33%, transient corneal edema in 0.67%, iris capture in 1.3%, there were no incidence of dislocation, slippage or endophthalmitis.
Yamane ISHF is a safe and effective technique for fixation of a three-piece IOL to the sclera with a good safety profile at 1 year of a followup