Film 81579: The Treatment of the Sponge: Vitrectomy, Yamane Surgery, Pupiloplasty and Cyclopexy | ASCRS
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Film 81579: The Treatment of the Sponge: Vitrectomy, Yamane Surgery, Pupiloplasty and Cyclopexy
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Edgar Rafael Carazo Vargas, MD
Category: New Producer/Young Physician
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Options for intraocular lens (IOL) implantation in the absence of capsular support include anterior chamber IOLs, iris-fixated IOLs, and scleral-fixated IOLs (for example, Yamane technique). The Yamane technique avoids the need for a conjunctival peritomy or scleral flaps. This case is about a 45-year-old man with ocular trauma, we performed a complex surgery that included the Yamane technique.

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