Patients who received phacoemulsification or ECCE in eyes with complicated cataract
and previous PKP were included.
Material and Method: Twenty eyes of 20 patients who developed complicated cataract
after pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) were included in the study.
Types of patients Heparinised infusion BSS infusion Traumatic cataract 19 19 Pediatric cataract 08 08 Complicated cataract
A comparative study of topical vs retrobulbar anesthesia in complicated cataract
EXCLUSION CRITERIA: Complicated cataract
, traumatic cataract, corneal opacities, corneal degenerations, uveitis, pseudo exfoliation, glaucoma, connective tissue disorders, and previous ocular surgeries, pathological conditions of the optic nerve and retina, external eye diseases, uncontrolled diabetes, uncontrolled hypertension.
1)Any evident ocular disease or complicated cataract
Some surgeons perform this surgery in selected patients under topical anaesthesia but complicated cataract
and other procedures may require intraconal (retrobulbar), extraconal (peribulbar), and sub-Tenon's blocks, which provide akinesia as well as anaesthesia.
Title: Visual outcome after cataract surgery in complicated cataract
1-5) Cataract surgery in leprosy patients is done to regain visual acuity lost from the development of age-related or complicated cataracts
Phaco chop and advanced phaco techniques; strategies for complicated cataracts
, 2d ed.