Ophthalmological aspects in patients with Werner's syndrome.

In ten of 18 eyes from nine patients with Werner's syndrome, cataract surgery was complicated by wound dehiscence and its consequences: peripheral anterior synechiae (4), secondary epiretinal gliosis (4), cystoid macular edema (3) in the framework of Hruby-Irvine-Gass syndrome, unplanned filtering bleb (2), and post-operative anterior ischemic optic… CONTINUE READING