Uday Kumar Bhatt
With a significant number of Artisan phakic intraocular lenses (IOL) implanted in the last two decades, we are likely to encounter patients with such IOLs coming with cataracts. This presents a unique challenge of explanting a rigid IOL needing a large incision and then performing phacoemulsification that is best performed through a small incision. This video shows how to tackle this issue.
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