Film 81457: Pre-Existing Posterior Capsular Dehiscence in Pediatric Cataract – Principles of Surgical Management | ASCRS
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Film 81457: Pre-Existing Posterior Capsular Dehiscence in Pediatric Cataract – Principles of Surgical Management
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Jagat Ram, MS
Producers: Nazia Anjum, MS; Ranjan Behera, MS; Parul Chawla Gupta, MS; Surbhi Khurana, MBBS, MS; Vijay Sharma, MS; Himanshi Singh, MS; Simar Rajan Singh, MS
Category: Quality Teaching
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Pre-existing posterior capsular dehiscence is an uncommon occurrence in developmental pediatric cataract. We demonstrate the pre-operative planning and surgical technique for the successful in-the-bag implantation of intraocular lens in such cases. We also report our experience of managing 7 such eyes including pre-operative investigations, surgical planning and precautions during surgery.

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