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Outcomes of cataract surgery complicated by posterior capsule rupture in the European Registry of Quality Outcomes for Cataract and Refractive Surgery.

Urgent Refractive Surgery is a branch of the European Registry of Quality Outcomes for Cataract and Refractive Surgery. Patients without PCR were more likely to receive a poly IOL or no IOL after PCR. Patients with PCR induced disease were noticeably different than those without PCR. Patients with PCR had significantly more postoperative problems than those without. Patients with PCR had significantly poorer visual and refractive results, as well as more postoperative complications than patients with no PCR. However, the majority of these patients had improved postoperative visual acuity than preoperatively.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35179858


Refractive Outcomes of Combined Cataract Surgery and Vitrectomy Compared to Cataract Surgery Alone.

Purpose: The aim of this paper is to investigate the refractive effects of combined cataract surgery and vitrectomy in comparison to cataract surgery alone. Methods This retrospective chart review of two groups included two groups: 1 combined cataract surgery in 103 patients who underwent cataract surgery with posterior chamber intraocular lens PCIOL placement by a single cataract surgeon and vitrectomy by a single vitreoretinal surgeon in the same surgical setting in 107 patients alone in 104 eyes 84 patients. The use of intraoperative gas for retina tamponade did not have a significant effect on postoperative refractive outcomes. Combined cataract surgery and vitrectomy results are similar to cataract surgery alone, allowing each procedure to be carried out by separate anterior and posterior segment surgeons.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35858534


Refractive changes and visual quality in patients with corneal edema after cataract surgery.

Objectives Objectives: Using visual acuity and contrast sensitivity measurements, we were able to determine visual quality and stability of refractive changes in corneal edema patients following cataract surgery. In the edema sample, results showed an increase in VA in both groups and for UDVA; changes between visits were significant for CDVA in both groups and for UDVA. There were no significant differences between visits between visits that were not observed, but M results demonstrated a hyperopic tendency in the edema group and a myopic shift in the control group's control group that did not change between visits, with statistically significant differences between groups. Conclusions Corneal edema patients had a significant decrease in CDVA and frequency-selective sensitivity losses that support a visual quality decline. Clinical refraction can improve visual appearance, but in edema patients, these losses are due to corneal changes, which did not change at three months after surgery.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35655163


SMILE for the Treatment of Residual Refractive Error After Cataract Surgery.

Introduction We aimed to investigate the improvement in visual acuity and patient satisfaction after cataract surgery by small-incision lenticule extraction in pseudophakic patients with residual myopic refraction following cataract surgery, considering patients' hopes and satisfaction with visual acuity after cataract surgery. Methods Seventy-six patients who underwent cataract surgery with ZEISS AT LISA tri 839MP IOL implantation were included in this retrospective review. These patients were followed for 1 year on average, with SMILE being administered in patients who were dissatisfied after cataract surgery. We investigated visual acuity and satisfaction, as well as laser vision enhancement and satisfaction in patients who were dissatisfied with trifocal IOL implantation, which was dissatisfied with trifocal IOL implantation. Conclusion SMILE is a safe way to address residual refraction after cataract surgery, because it gives results in the shortest time without complications and raises patient satisfaction.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35643966


Limits of the precision in refractive results after cataract surgery.

Background and aim In order to improve refractive results in cataract surgery with an intraocular lens implant, it is important to know both the sources of error as well as the limit of this procedure. The present research seeks to approximate the theoretical maximum in the refractive result after cataract surgery with the current available methods and to quantify the effects of various sources of error in this process. The theoretical limit was established in the case where the refractive result is only affected by the formula's consistency, the tolerance of the intraocular lens, and subjective refraction. The theoretical limit for the intraocular lens estimation with the equipment available today was 91. 9% of the eyes between u00b10. 50D and 91. 50D. We found a theoretical limit for the intraocular lens estimation of 91 percent of the eyes between u00b10. 50D to 91 percent.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35624062

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