Dysphotopsia and oval intraocular lenses.

@article{Masket2016DysphotopsiaAO,
  title={Dysphotopsia and oval intraocular lenses.},
  author={S. Masket and D. Rubin and N. Fram},
  journal={Journal of cataract and refractive surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={
          635-6
        }
}
Post-cataract dysphotopsia represents undesired optical imagery other than entoptic phenomena from vitreoretinal traction. Patients might present with negative dysphotopsia, a dark crescent in the temporal field of vision, or positive dysphotopsia, light streaks, arcs, flashes or starbursts, or both negative dysphotopsia and positive dysphotopsia. Although the cause of negative dysphotopsia remains speculative and is likely multifactorial, the literature supports several theories, including a… Expand
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Figure 3. Case 2. Oval-optic IOL in situ