OSLI Retina

July 2020

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July 2020 ยท Vol. 51, No. 7 385 In this study, we evaluated 22 eyes with dislocated retropupillary iris-claw aphakic IOL that underwent successful reenclavation and reported the patient out- comes. PATIENTS AND METHODS This study was approved by the Institutional Review Board of Seoul National University Bundang Hospital (B-1902-520-108) and Yonsei University Gangnam Sev- erance Hospital (3-2019-0126) and was conducted in ac- cordance with the tenets of the Declaration of Helsinki. The requirement for informed consent was waived by the respective Institutional Review Boards owing to the retrospective nature of the study. A total of 225 patients (225 eyes) underwent retro- pupillary fixation of the Artisan aphakia iris-claw lens Figure 1. Case 6. (A) The right eye of 49-year-old man shows intraocular lens (IOL) with dislocation of the capsular bag. (B) Surgical photograph shows an anterior segment after retropupillary implantation of the iris-claw IOL (arrows). (C) Ninety-six days after first sur- gery, spontaneous IOL dislocation into the vitreous body (arrowheads) with disenclavated nasal haptic is observed (arrow). (D) After reenclavation, the iris tissue shows enclavation into the haptics at 3-o'clock and 9-o'clock position (arrows).

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