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Inside Eyetube.net | Apr 2014

This Month’s Videos on Eyetube.net

PUPILLARY CERCLAGE TECHNIQUE FOR A PERMANENTLY DILATED PUPIL

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By Alan Carlson, MD

Dr. Carlson combines cataract surgery with a pupillary cerclage technique for a 360º repair of a permanently dilated pupil that occurred after previous glaucoma surgery.

CAPSULAR RETRACTORS AND A MALYUGIN RING IN AN EYE WITH MARFAN SYNDROME

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By David F. Chang, MD

Dr. Chang presents a case of a 63-year-old woman with Marfan syndrome. He creates the capsulorrhexis away from the area of greatest zonular laxity and then places double-stranded designed capsular retractors (MicroSurgical Technology [MST]) before hydrodissection and hydrodelination. Next, he places a Malyugin Ring (MST) in the capsular bag and sutures it through a Hoffman pocket.

TRAUMATIC CATARACT WITH SEVERE ZONULAR WEAKNESS

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By Allon Barsam, MD, MA, FRCOphth

In an eye with traumatic cataract with severe preexisting zonular weakness, Dr. Barsam removes the cataract and repairs the capsular bag to facilitate in-the-bag IOL implantation.

INSERTION OF A PIGGYBACK IOL

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By Cynthia Matossian, MD

To correct a patient’s 1.00 D of myopic refractive surprise, Dr. Matossian implants an AQ5010V IOL (STAAR Surgical) on top of a previously implanted Trulign Toric IOL (Bausch + Lomb).

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