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Using the first-eye prediction error in cataract surgery to refine the refractive outcome of the second eye.

To refine the refractive outcome of the second eye after cataract surgery by deriving adjustment coefficients for intraocular lens (IOL) selection based on the prediction error (PE) of the first eye.


Refractive surgery in the HIV-Positive U.S. Military Natural History Study Cohort: Complications and risk factors.

This study sought to assess the frequency of refractive surgery complications in human immunodeficiency virus-positive (HIV+) individuals and related risk factors.

Comparison of refractive outcomes using conventional keratometry or total keratometry for IOL power calculation in cataract surgery.

To compare the refractive outcomes following cataract surgery using conventional keratometry (K) and total keratometry (TK) for intraocular lens (IOL) calculation in the SRK/T, HofferQ, Haigis, and Holladay 1 and 2, as well as Barrett and Barrett TK Universal II formulas.


Peri-/postoperative Antiinflammation Therapy after Cataract and Refractive Surgery.

Cataract surgery is the most frequently performed surgery worldwide, and refractive surgery is gaining more and more popularity. Although they are rare, some possible complications of these procedures remain relevant for surgeons and patients. Macular edema in cataract surgery and sterile infections of the cornea after refractive corneal surgery can lower the visual outcome significantly. Such complications can occur due to activation of inflammation cascades as a result of local tissue manipulation during ...

Heads-up Cataract Surgery: Complication Rates, Surgical Duration, and Comparison With Traditional Microscopes.

To compare the complication rates and surgical duration between a three-dimensional visualization system (heads-up surgery) and traditional binocular microscope in cataract surgery.

Intraoperative Aberrometry Versus Preoperative Biometry for IOL Power Selection After Radial Keratotomy: A Prospective Study.

To compare the accuracy of Optiwave Refractive Analysis (ORA) intraoperative aberrometry (Alcon Laboratories, Inc., Fort Worth, TX) with preoperative biometry in predicting residual refractive error after cataract surgery in eyes that underwent radial keratotomy.

Comparative Study of Extra Capsular Cataract Extraction (ECCE) and Small Incision Cataract Surgery (SICS): Experience on Cataract Surgery in a Tertiary Center of Army Hospital, Kathmandu.

Cataract is a common ailment of the old age hindering daily activities leading to poor quality of life due to poor vision. It is the commonest cause of treatable blindness. In practice, extracapsular cataract excision and small incision cataract surgery are the two-common surgery for cataract these days in developing part like in Nepal. Between these two cataract surgeries, ECCE and SICS; SICS gives the better visual outcome.

How much astigmatism to treat in cataract surgery.

Astigmatism correction in cataract surgery is a common surgical challenge. Although there are numerous approaches to its treatment during cataract surgery, there remains a lack of consensus on what level of postoperative astigmatism to target. We examine the literature to determine the effect of astigmatism on visual function and provide a recommendation on how much to treat in cataract surgery.

Agreement of ocular biometry measurements between 2 biometers.

To establish the agreement of routine measurements taken before cataract surgery between the Aladdin biometer, which is based on optical low-coherence interferometry (OLCI), and the Lenstar biometer, which is based on optical low-coherence reflectometry (OLCR).

Development and validation of a new intraocular pressure estimate for patients with soft corneas.

To introduce and clinically validate a new method of estimating intraocular pressure (IOP) in patients with keratoconus and soft corneas with the aim of significantly reducing dependence on corneal biomechanics.

Corneal refractive surgery combined with simultaneous corneal crosslinking: indications, protocols and clinical outcomes.

Corneal refractive surgery is one of the most common approaches for correction of refractive errors. Combined corneal refractive surgery and corneal crosslinking (CXL) has been proposed as a method to achieve better refractive stability and to prevent iatrogenic corneal ectasia. However, there are concerns regarding its indications, surgical safety, standardization of protocols, and long-term effect on corneal tissue. This review article aims to discuss the current knowledge and recent updates on combinatio...

Results from the United States cohort of the HORIZON trial of a Schlemm canal microstent to reduce intraocular pressure in primary open-angle glaucoma.

To assess the safety and effectiveness of Schlemm canal stenting for reducing intraocular pressure (IOP) in combination with cataract surgery in the United States cohort of the HORIZON study.

Correlations between ocular biometrics and refractive error: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

The understanding of correlations between different biometric parameters is essential for personalized eye care in the field of cataract and refractive surgery. This systematic review offers a clear overview of the previous literature assessing these correlations including a meta-analysis. The review is focused on the following five correlations: (1) axial length and refractive error; (2) anterior chamber depth and refractive error; (3) axial length and anterior chamber depth; (4) corneal power and refracti...

Does Corneal Refractive Surgery Increase the Risk of Retinal Detachment? A Literature Review and Statistical Analysis.

To evaluate the association between corneal refractive surgery and the risk of developing retinal detachment.

Society of Robotic Surgery Annual Meeting 2019, Orlando, FL, USA.

Cataract Surgery in Very Old Patients.

In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of very old patients requiring a cataract operation. However, there is little information on the intraoperative complications and safety in these patients. For various reasons, operations on patients from age 85 may be demanding: dense nuclear cataract, narrow pupils, low count of endothelial cells, loose zonula, and other ocular or systemic diseases. The aim of this retrospective study was to compare very old to younger cataract patients with respec...

Methods for achieving adequate pupil size in cataract surgery.

Cataract surgery is the most common surgical procedure performed worldwide. Small pupils have been an eternal challenge for cataract surgeons; insufficient pupil dilation is associated with increased complication rates, including capsule rupture, vitreous loss, iris trauma or postoperative inflammation. The aim of the current review is to presents the methods for pupil dilation and the risk factors for a small pupil in a cataract patient.

The quest for homeopathic and nonsurgical cataract treatment.

Age-related cataract occurs when crystallin proteins in the lens partially unfold and subsequently aggregate. Physicians and traditional healers alike have been exploring pharmacologic cataract treatment for hundreds of years. Currently, surgery is the only effective treatment. However, there are an abundance of homeopathic and alternative remedies that have been suggested as treatment for cataract. This article reviews the current understanding of cataract development and discusses several homeopathic reme...

Tomographic and Biomechanical Index (TBI) for Screening in Laser Refractive Surgery.

Urrets-Zavalia Syndrome following cataract surgery in a case of anterior megalophthalmos.

Intraoperative and postoperative cataract surgery in eyes with anterior megalophthalmos are challenging procedures. Herein we describe the case of a 53-year-old male with anterior megalophthalmos who developed unilateral Urrets-Zavalia Syndrome following cataract surgery.

Expediting cataract surgery in New Zealand is cost-effective for falls prevention and improving vision-so what might be the next steps?

Multifactorial individual assessment with interventions tailored to the individual's risk factors can reduce the rate of falls and risk of fractures. Assessment of vision is one key aspect of multifactorial assessment and first eye cataract surgery reduces the rate of falls. We recently modelled the impact of expediting first eye cataract surgery in New Zealand for falls prevention (Boyd et al Injury Prevention). The model used was the same model used for previous modelling of home safety assessment and mod...

Auckland Cataract Study IV: Practical application of NZCRS cataract risk stratification to reduce phacoemulsification complications.

Reduction of intraoperative complications in phacoemulsification cataract surgery.

Manual small incision cataract surgery.

To review various techniques of manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS), updates on training residents and fellows, and cost-effectiveness of the surgery.

Anticoagulation and cataract surgery.

To assess the impact of anticoagulation on patients having cataract surgery.

The Role of Hospitals in the Treatment of Patients with Cataract in Germany: Systematic Analysis of the Quality Reports of German Hospitals for the Years 2006 to 2016.

Cataract is one of the most prevalent eye diseases in Germany. According to the German Ophthalmological Society, its prevalence will increase significantly in the coming years. It has been suggested that most cataract operations are carried out in an outpatient setting. However, there still seems to be a need for inpatient cataract surgery.


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