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Methods of Inclusion Patients With intraoperative ECH were included among the 1 167 250 patients who underwent cataract surgery between 2008 and 2020. ECH had 52 eyes in 1 of 1 167 250 patients. The conversion of ocular anesthesia from peribulbar and retrobulbar anesthesia to sub-Tenon anesthesia was associated with a reduced incidence of Ech. ECH and 24 eyes full-blown ECH were found in 28 eyes limited ECH and 24 eyes full-blown ECH. In all follow-up visits, the visual outcome was better in eyes with limited ECH than in those with full-blown suprachoroidal hemorrhage. According to the median vision before the cataract surgery and on postoperative day 1, the median vision was 1. 30 and 2. 45, respectively. The median final vision after the secondary surgical intervention was 2. Conclusions This collection featured 52 eyes with ECH, recognized links of ECH with various types of anesthesia and various cataract surgical techniques, as well as detailed analysis of ECH management.
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Purpose: Objective Objectives: To investigate the effect of dry eye disease on the components of ocular biometry and how to optimize the visual results of cataract surgery in eyes with DED. Methodology based on a systematic literature review of the components of this study was carried out using the databases, PubMed, MEDLINE, CENTRAL, metaRegister of Controlled Trials, ClinicalTrials. gov, and the WHO International Clinical Trials Registry Platform. DED's effect on vision and optical aberrations, the effects of topical drugs on keratometry variations, and studies on optimizing the ocular surface prior to cataract surgery were among the included research. Patients with pre-existing DED can be helped by the general ophthalmologists in routine practice to provide quality care and acceptable visual outcomes in patients with pre-existing DED patients.
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Purpose: Acuity and post-enhancement visual acuity analysis between patients who underwent post-cataract LASIK or PRK surgery was examined. Patients with emmetropia were treated with epidermatograph extraction excimer laser upgrade surgery for emmetropia. Mean UDVA in patients with at least six months follow-up was 0. 05 u00b1 0. 13 logMAR in LASIK-enhanced patients and 0. 15 u00b1 0. 20 in PRK-enhanced patients. Except in patients with pre-enhancement vision greater than 20/20/20 or worse, or those who are less than 20/20/20, many patients with pre-enhancement vision better than PRK-enhancement UDVA, LASIK-enhanced patients had significantly higher post-enhancement UDVA, LASIK-enhancement improved post-enhancement UDVA are worse than PRK-enhancement UDVA, or those with pre-enhancement visions with pre-enhancement visions than 20/20/20/20/20/50 percent or worse than 20/20/50 percent are younger than 20/20/20/50 percent are younger than 20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/enhancement UDVA, enhancement UDVA, or worse than 20/20/enhancement UDVA, or others with pre-enhancement UDVA, or those with pre In PRK-enhanced virgin cornea patients with a 0. 05 u00b1 0. 14 UDVA, compared to 0. 13 u00b1 0. 19 UDVA. Conclusion LASIK delivers better and more consistent results in UDVA than PRK in post-cataract enhancement patients, even when accounting for pre-enhancement visual acuity and prior surgical procedures.
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