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Eyetube Picks | Nov/Dec '21

It’s Complicated

Managing Unexpected Complications

Caroline Watson, MD

Dr. Watson shares a case in which she demonstrates how to maintain composure during cataract surgery in the event that unexpected complications arise.

Repositioning a Dislocated IOL

J. Morgan Micheletti, MD

Dr. Micheletti utilizes a combination of his punch-and-rescue technique and a belt loop technique to reposition and fixate a dislocated one-piece IOL.

Toric IOL Gone LRI

Nandini Venkateswaran, MD

Dr. Venkateswaran shows a case of a patient with a visually significant cataract, prior vitrectomy, and a high degree of against-the-rule astigmatism who was undergoing laser cataract surgery with toric IOL implantation. During nuclear disassembly, a posterior capsular tear occurred due to excessive manipulation of the lens nucleus.

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