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Clinical features, management, and outcomes of expulsive choroidal hemorrhage during cataract surgery: 13-year experience of a tertiary eye center.

Patients with intraoperative ECH were included in the 1 167 250 patients who underwent cataract surgery between 2008 and 2020. Ech was seen in 52 eyes of 1 167 250 patients. A reduced incidence of ECH was associated with the change in the ocular anesthesia from peribulbar and retrobulbar anesthesia to sub-Tenon anesthesia. Limited ECH and 24 eyes full-blown ECH were seen in 28 eyes. In all follow-up visits, the visual result was cleaner in eyes with limited ECH as opposed to full-blown suprachoroidal hemorrhage. 1. 30 and 2. 45, respectively, on the median vision before the cataract surgery and on postoperative day 1. 30 and 2. 45, respectively. The median final vision following the secondary surgical intervention was 2. Conclusions This collection included 52 eyes with ECH, recognized links of ECH with various types of anesthesia and with different cataract surgical techniques, and detailed ECH management.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35239576


Understanding and Optimizing Ocular Biometry for Cataract Surgery in Dry Eye Disease: A Review.

Purpose: Objectives: To understand the effect of dry eye disease on the basic of ocular biometry and ways to optimize the visual effects of cataract surgery in eyes with DED. Methodology The International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (ICC) and the WHO International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (1998) conducted a systematic literature analysis of the components relevant to this study. PubMed MEDLINE, CENTRAL, MetaRegister of Controlled Trials, ClinicalTrials. gov, and the WHO International Clinical Trials Registry Platform facilitated this study. The ocular surface should be optimized before cataract surgery was included in published papers describing tear film modification in DED, its effects on vision and optical aberrations, the effects of topical medications on keratometry variations, and studies on optimizing the ocular surface prior to cataract surgery were among the published research describing tear film modification in DED, as well as studies on optimizing the ocular surface before cataract surgery. Patients with pre-existing DED will be able to receive quality care and acceptable visual outcomes in patients with pre-existing DED.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35989638


Outcomes of LASIK versus PRK Enhancement in eye with prior cataract surgery.

Purpose: Objectives: To compare post-enhancement visual acuity among patients who underwent post-cataract LASIK or PRK, or both. Mean UDVA in LASIK-enhanced patients was 0. 05 u00b1 0. 13 logMAR in PRK-enhanced patients, and 0. 15 0. 05 in PRK-enhanced patients was 0. 20 in PRK-enhanced patients with at least six months follow-up. A total of 330 of LASIK-enhanced patients achieved 20/20 or higher post-enhancement UDVA, relative to 142 PRK-enhanced patients. Except in those with pre-enhancement visions of 20/20 or better, or those that are worse than 20/20 percent, patients with pre-enhancement UDVA, LASIK-enhanced patients had significantly higher post-enhancement UDVA, LASIK-enhanced patients had significantly improved post-enhancement UDVA, LASIK-enhancement UDVA, LASIK-enhancement deshancement visions than 20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/50 percent with pre-enhancement visions worse than 20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/20/enhancement UDVA, DUVA, or worse than PRK-enhancement UDVA, or worse than PRK-enhancement UDVA, UDVA In PRK-enhanced virgin cornea patients, there were 0. 14 UDVA in LASIK-enhanced virgin corneas, compared to 0. 13 u00b1 0. 19 UDVA. Conclusion LASIK provides better and more predictable outcomes in UDVA post-cataract enhancement patients than PRK in post-cataract enhancement patients, even though accounting for pre-enhancement visual acuity and prior ocular procedures.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36026691

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