The IOL scaffold technique
by Amar Agarwal

Video Atlas of Ophthalmic Surgery

by Ashok Garg
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A foldable intraocular lens (IOL) is used as a scaffold for preventing the nuclear fragments from descending into the vitreous in cases of posterior capsular ruptures. After removing the vitreous in the anterior chamber by anterior vitrectomy, a three piece foldable IOL is injected via the existing corneal incision with one haptic above the iris and the the other haptic extending outside the incision, the nucleus is emulsified with the phacoprobe above the IOL optic. Cortical cleaning is done an

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