Posterior chamber lens implantation for primary repair of corneal lacerations and traumatic cataracts in children.

Children older than 3 years of age rarely tolerate contact lenses for unilateral surgical aphakia. This problem is even more pronounced following repair of corneal lacerations or perforations that are associated with traumatic cataracts. Even if surgery is successful, such eyes are functionally doomed because of deep anisometropic amblyopia. We evaluated… (More)