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Outcome of small-incision cataract surgery with insertion and fixation of foldable intraocular lens Nao Nishida 1 , Norihito Gotoh 1 , Hiroyuki Matsushima 1 , Masamoto Aose 1 , Tadashi Senoo 1 1Dept of ophthalmol, Dokkyo Univ of Med pp.1013-1016
Published Date 2015/7/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1410211409
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Abstract. Purpose:To report the outcome of small-incision cataract surgery with insertion and fixation of foldable intraocular lens(IOL). Cases and Method:This study was made on 49 eyes that received surgery in the past 13 months. The age ranged from 39 to 96 years, average 72 years. The series included subluxation of luxated IOL 26 eyes and of crystalline lens 16 eyes. Cases were evaluated after subdivision into 3 groups:18 eyes of microincision group of 2.4 mm, 14 eyes of small-incision group of 4 mm, and 17 eyes of medium-incision group of 6 to 7 mm. Results:Corrected visual acuity averaged 0.94 in microincision group, 0.91 in small-incision group, and 0.70 in medium-incision group. Decrease in population of corneal endothelial cells averaged 4.5%, 5.3% and 6.1% respectively. Amount of astigmatism averaged 1.12D, 1.44D and 2.59D respectively. Astigmatism in the first group was significantly less than the third. All the 3 groups showed a tendency towards myopia. Conclusion:Good outcome was obtained following insertion and fixation of foldable IOL. Amount of astigmatism was smaller after small-incision cataract surgery.


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