Newton rings on the surface of implanted intraocular lenses.

Abstract

Using clinical specular microscopy, we studied a postoperative cellular reaction on the anterior surface of implanted artificial intraocular lenses in living human eyes. An amorphous coating filled the spaces between fibroblast-like cells, histiocytes, and foreign body giant cells in 29 of 118 eyes. In most cases the coating was observed as interference… (More)

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@article{Okada1989NewtonRO, title={Newton rings on the surface of implanted intraocular lenses.}, author={K. Okada and H. Sagawa}, journal={Ophthalmic surgery}, year={1989}, volume={20 1}, pages={33-7} }