Late surface opacification of Hydroview® intraocular lenses

@article{Habib2002LateSO,
  title={Late surface opacification of Hydroview® intraocular lenses},
  author={Nabil E Habib and Timothy J Freegard and G Gock and P. Lepage Newman and Roy M Moate},
  journal={Eye},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={69-74}
}
Purpose To describe clinical and pathological features of Hydroview® intraocular lenses undergoing delayed surface opacification resulting in visual deterioration.Methods Twenty one eyes which underwent uncomplicated phacoemulsification and Hydroview lens implantation with good visual recovery, presenting at 46–146 weeks post-surgery with visual deterioration and glare symptoms resulting from opacification of the implants, were included in the study. Twelve eyes had severe opacification, of… CONTINUE READING

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