Cystoid macular edema in anterior chamber lens implantation following posterior capsule rupture

@article{Nikica2004CystoidME,
  title={Cystoid macular edema in anterior chamber lens implantation following posterior capsule rupture},
  author={Gabri{\'c} Nikica and Hen{\vc} Petrinovi{\'c} Ljerka and Petrinovi{\'c} Jelena and Kata Mete{\vz}-Soldo and Bu{\vs}i{\'c} Mladen},
  journal={Documenta Ophthalmologica},
  year={2004},
  volume={81},
  pages={309-315}
}
By comparing the incidence of cystoid macular edema (CME) in three groups of patients having different surgical procedures, we attempted to assess the role of vitreous loss as a risk factor for CME development. In the first group (n = 470), the surgical procedure was extracapsular cataract extraction followed by implantation of posterior chamber lens (EC-CE + PC-IOL). The second group (n = 42) had extracapsular cataract extraction which was complicated by posterior capsule rupture, and… Expand
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