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Surface scattering in implanted hydrophobic intraocular lenses
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Densitometry and the results of Nd:YAG laser treatment suggest that the changes occurred in the near‐surface layer of polyacrylic intraocular lenses, and phase separation of water near the IOL surface in the inherently hydrophobic material may explain the phenomenon.
Two year clinical study of a soft acrylic intraocular lens
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Soft acrylic IOLs have clinically apparent advantages in small incision cataract surgery and remain quite stable throughout the 2 year follow‐up period, with axis‐based astigmatism remaining quite stable.
Effect of Decentration on the Optical Performance in Multifocal Intraocular Lenses
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The MTFs and near images are affected to a different extent depending on the design of multifocal IOLs; clinically relevant effects are not to be expected up to a decentration of 0.75 mm.
Results of vitrectomy performed at the time of phacoemulsification complicated by intravitreal lens fragments
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Combined vitrectomy and intraocular lens implantation at the time of phacoemulsification complicated by intravitreal lens material is an option to be considered to reduce the risk of postoperative complications including secondary glaucoma and corneal endothelial cell damage.
Comparative study of intraocular lens implantation through 3.2- and 5.5-mm incisions.
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Both procedures of small-incision cataract surgery offered satisfactory clinical results, but 3.2-mm incision surgery allowed significantly earlier recovery of visual function and better preservation of corneal shape.
Clinical comparison of Healon5 and Healon in phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation: Randomized multicenter study
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Surgeons rated Healon5 better than Healon in retention during phacoemulsification, anterior chamber maintenance during CCC, and facilitation of IOL implantation, and these findings indicate that Healon 5 is effective in cataract surgery.
Surfactant induced glistenings: surface active ingredients in ophthalmic solutions may enhance water entry into the voids of implanted acrylic intraocular lenses.
TLDR
It is proposed that the presence of surfactant, or other ingredient, in commercially available eyedrops may enhance the development of glistenings.
Cytotoxicity of five fluoroquinolone and two nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory benzalkonium chloride-free ophthalmic solutions in four corneoconjunctival cell lines
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The toxicity of antibiotic drugs against ocular surface cells was dependent on the pharmaceutical components of the solution, whereas that of the anti-inflammatory drugs wasdependent on both the pharmaceutical component and the preservatives.
Three-Year Prospective Randomized Study of Incidence of Posterior Capsule Opacification in Eyes Treated with Topical Diclofenac and Betamethasone
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The incidence ofPCO in eyes treated with DFNa appears to be equal to that after BMS treatment, and the photographic grading of PCO showed no difference.
In vitro assessment of the cytotoxicity of anti-allergic eye drops using 5 cultured corneal and conjunctival cell lines.
TLDR
Based on the penetration of the drug into eye tissues, HCECs are only likely to be pharmaceutically damaging in rare cases, and cell viability was found to be concentration-dependent.
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