Olena Wilczyńska

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PURPOSE The purpose was to compare surgically induced after bimanual phacoemulsification performed through a 1.7 mm superotemporal clear corneal microincision (B-MICS), and after coaxial phacoemulsification performed through a 3.2 mm superotemporal clear corneal incision, calculated with various mathematical methods. MATERIAL AND METHODS Group 1 consisted(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the postoperative results of bimanual, cold phacoemulsification with foldable lens implantation through 1.7 mm incision. MATERIAL AND METHODS Thirty four bimanual cold phacoemulsifications with Acri. Smart (AcriTec) IOL implantation through 1.7 mm incision were performed in the Department of Ophthalmology, Medical University of Lódź,(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate retrospectively anatomic and functional results of phacoemulsification with posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation, complicated by intraoperative posterior capsular rupture (PCR). MATERIAL AND METHODS Data were gathered from medical records of 930 patients (one thousand eyes), who underwent phacoemulsification. The examined(More)
PURPOSE Implantation of intraocular lenses (IOLS) has become a standard practice in cataract surgery, however, similar to any other type of surgery, using IOLs is not complication-free and sometimes explantation of intraocular lenses may be necessary. This study was to gather data and analyze causes of intraocular lens explantations, performed in the(More)
Evaluation of surgically induced astigmatism is important, as it allows to thoroughly assess the influence of surgical incision on corneal refraction. This influence can be established by calculating surgically induced astigmatism according to an appropriate mathematical method. The purpose of the study was to describe various mathematical methods used in(More)
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