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Cataract-microcornea Syndrome - DOAJ

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Last Updated: 02 July 2022

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Cataract Surgery with Foldable Single Piece IOLs in Congenital Cataract-Microcornea Syndrome

In a patient with congenital cataract-microcornea syndrome, an objective: To report the optical results and intraocular lens stability after cataract surgery using foldable single piece IOLs. Case study: A 28-year-old woman was diagnosed with bilateral microcornea and posterior polar cataracts. In both eyes, the horizontal cornea diameter was 9. 0 mm. Both eyes' nasal site and grade 3 were assigned a grade 3 on the superior, inferior, and temporal site, as well as a grade 2 on the Anterior chamber angle assessment by Scheie classification. With SRK/T formulas, the IOLs power calculation was +25. 00 diopter OD and +22. 50 diopter OS. An anterior vitrectomy was performed. ACAA's grade 2 and no pigment dispersion were found on the ACAA's website, with no pigment dispersion. The IOLs were in the correct position and not rubbing the iris, according to UBM. Conclusion: In both eyes with microcornea in CCMC, the foldable single piece IOLs without haptic trimming in the sulcus were safely implanted in both eyes with microcornea in CCMC.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.14456/smj.2017.72

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